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Hong Kong Disneyland Resort launches first of its kind “Carnivale of Stars” this summer

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Hong Kong Disneyland Resort launches first of its kind “Carnivale of Stars” this summer

  “Moana: A Homecoming Celebration” opens as the first new experience of HKDL’s multi-year expansion The “Pixar Water Play Street Party!” leads up to summer extravaganza   (MALAYSIA, May 24, 2018) “Carnivale of Stars” at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort (HKDL) is bringing brand-new fun this summer! Guests can experience a rich line-up of excitement day and night, including the all-new atmosphere stage show “Moana: A Homecoming Celebration,” the “We Love Mickey!” Projection Show, and a new African-style Karibuni Marketplace. From June 21 to September 2, the seasonal program heats up with favorite Disney∙Pixar characters leading HKDL’s first-ever “Pixar Water Play Street Party!” –and be sure not to miss the opportunities to meet Mr. and Mrs. Incredible at the “The Incredibles Arrive!” Together […]

JW Marriott Phu Quoc Offers A Chilled Escape This Summer

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JW Marriott Phu Quoc Offers A Chilled Escape This Summer

(Phu Quoc, May 14, 2018) – Escape the summer heat on the paradise-like island of Phu Quoc. Celebrated for its sparkling emerald waters, stretches of pale sand and fuchsia sunsets, this hidden gem in Vietnam is an idyllic getaway waiting to be discovered. To welcome the summer, JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay introduces a series of family-friendly activities. The ever-changing Kids’ Program features a range of activities, from creative arts to outdoor excursions, with something for every age group. Active youngsters can take part in treasure hunting, kid’s yoga, Zumba, traditional Vietnamese Trong Com dancing or explore Kem Beach with an expert to learn more about marine life. Little visitors can also a tap into their artistic impulses with pottery classes, […]

Bernard Chandran Spring/Summer 2017

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Bernard Chandran Spring/Summer 2017

    Bernard Chandran sets fashion pulses racing again by bringing the fusion of art and fashion onto the runway.  In this collection, Bernard Chandran gleaned into different inspirational elements from two different genres of art. Backdrop against a black or white cotton canvas, the three-dimensional ‘wearable art’ collection bears resemblance of the Japanese art of the Edo period with its sentimental landscape of mountains, nature, cherry blossoms and the agrarian Japanese society whilst juxtaposed alongside a profound modern art of abstract expressionism of the 50s with odd angles and shapes on flat planes and strong linear. Together, they outlined a powerful influence on the imagery and aesthetic approaches.      The trend is superbly exciting and challenges the imaginations of the […]

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