KWC welcomes you to celebrate Chinese New Year together with this year’s theme, ‘Songs of Spring.’ From January 19th to February 28th, shoppers at KWC will get to participate in many traditional Chinese New Year activities in a culturally enriched atmosphere.
This year, shoppers can take part in the centuries-old custom of making a wish on the Wishing Tree. KWC has replicated a Wishing Tree at the main entrances, where shoppers can write down their wishes on red ribbons and tie them to the Wishing Tree. In Chinese culture, the color red symbolizes good luck and joy. According to legend, those who tie a red ribbon to the Wishing Tree have a chance to see their wish come true!
After making a wish at the Wishing Tree, shoppers can stroll around and enjoy the cultural ambiance as KWC will be decorated with many Spring-time flowers, lanterns and other ornaments that will take you back in time to the traditional Chinese courtyard garden. Each weekend throughout the campaign, traditional performances will complement the Spring-time scenery, setting the mood for a memorable Chinese New Year celebration.
Shoppers will surely not want to miss the highlight of the Spring Festival, the powerful Dragon Dance performance held at the main entrance on Sunday, February 11th at 3:00PM. Onlookers can catch the beginning of the performance at the main entrance, and then follow along as the two 90 foot-long dragons gracefully dance into the mall. The Dragon Dance is traditionally performed during the Chinese New Year to bring about good luck and auspiciousness.
Shoppers with children may also participate in the Kiddies Handicraft Workshop, where the little ones can have a first-hand experience in creating specially-themed handicrafts to bring home as a souvenir.
Shoppers who spend RM588 and above (combined three receipts) in the mall are entitled to redeem a traditional Chinese tea set and a set of Red Packets, while shoppers who spend RM88 and above (one receipt) may redeem a single set of Red Packets. Terms & Conditions apply.
For further information, kindly visit us at www.kenangacity.com.my or Facebook Fan page at www.facebook.com/KWCFashionWholesale.
About KWC Fashion Wholesale
KWC Fashion Wholesale is Malaysia’s first one-stop fashion wholesale and retail shopping mall that brings together a large and comprehensive directory of businesses - fashion, accessories, shoes, gifts and other lifestyle products, all under one roof. KWC Fashion Wholesale opened on 20 October 2011, and officially launched on 26 May 2012.
With more than 800 lots and 500,000 sqft of net lettable retail space, KWC Fashion Wholesale offers an exciting variety of merchandise. Whilst dedicated to wholesale businesses only, KWC Fashion Wholesale functions as a shopping mall with full amenities catering to business convenience with F&B outlets, event spaces, banking and a host of other business services.
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