Posts tagged DINNER
Fête Chinoise 2016: Dinner Party Winter Solstice

Our contemporary culture likes the sleekness of black and the pureness of white. Yet in traditional Chinese culture, white and black are not auspicious colours compared to the likes of red, green, and gold. How can event hosts in 2017 make use of these classic colours of Western society and make it relevant, meaningful and appropriate for a modern celebration that brings together the East and the West in perfect balance?  In the University Room, Melissa Haggerty of Spectacular Spectacular and Lidia Tacconelli of Fiori Floral created a counter culture masterpiece with blacks, whites, and beautiful jewel tones. 

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Fête Chinoise 2015: Dai Pai Dong of Old Hong Kong

Captured in the background of many Hong Kong films, dai pai dongs are often featured in cinema, reflecting their significance and presence in the everyday lives of locals and tourists alike. In this space, Nous Design Group, Ikonica, and The Wedding Cake Shoppe helped guests relive the memories of old Hong Kong streets with a modern and elevated twist.

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