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AMSA Lunar New Year Dinner 2022 [CANCELLED]

Join us for a unique Malaysian and Singaporean Lunar New Year (LNY) experience, proudly presented to you by the Australian Malaysian Singaporean Association Inc. (AMSA).


HENG, ONG, HUAT!


Cancellation of AMSA Lunar New Year Dinner 2022 in Chatswood NSW


After consultation with various key stakeholders including sponsors and members, as well as careful consideration on various aspects including the interest of the members and the organisation, the AMSA Executive Committee has made a difficult decision to cancel this year’s AMSA Annual Lunar New Year Dinner 2022. Refund will be arranged over the next few days to those who have bought the tickets.

AMSA Lunar New Year Dinner 2022 in Chatswood NSW CANCELLED
Cancellation of AMSA Lunar New Year Dinner 2022 in Chatswood NSW


For Members

Adult (Regular)

$88 Per Person

Child 6-15

$48 Per Person

Child (Below 5)

$0 Per Person

A Table of 10

$880 Per Person


For Non Members

Adult (Regular)

$118 Per Person

Child (6-15)

$58 Per Person

Child (Below 5)

$0 Per Person

A Table of 10

$980 Per Person


*For members or non-members who are interested in group booking (table of 10), please email us at contact@amsa.com.au

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS


This year in 2022, we welcome the year of the Tiger and we are proud that this year’s AMSA Lunar New Year Dinner is associated with the Willoughby City Council’s “Chatswood Year of the Tiger Festival” – a prestigious Lunar New Year celebration featuring art, music, performance, food, and traditional cultural celebrations.

12 course dinner


Certain dishes are eaten during the Lunar New Year for their symbolic meaning. Lucky food will be served on this day, which is believed to bring good luck for the coming year.

The auspicious symbolism of these traditional Lunar New Year foods is based on their pronunciations or appearance. Not only do the dishes themselves matter, but also the preparation, and ways of serving and eating mean a lot.


Yee Sang Prosperity Toss Salad
Yee Sang (Prosperity Toss Salad) a dish enjoyed by Chinese Malaysians and Singaporeans during Lunar New Year

“Yee Sang” (Prosperity Toss Salad)


“Yee Sang” is one of the dishes most Chinese Malaysians and Singaporeans anticipate and look forward to during the Lunar New Year. Yee Sang means increase in abundance and vigor. The tossing of the Prosperity Toss Salad is a unique experience not to be missed. “Yee sang” is the infamous communal tradition inherited by multi-generations, which brings a lot of joy to the community.


The Lion Dance performed to attract prosperity and good luck for the Lunar New Year at AMSA event
The Lion Dance is performed to attract prosperity and good luck for the new year.

Lion Dance


A Lunar New Year celebration will not be complete without the Lion Dance. It is performed to attract prosperity and good luck for the new year. The lion symbolizes power, wisdom, and superiority. At our dinner, dinner guests will have the opportunity to give away red packets to the lions in exchange for a personal greeting.

Lucky Draw Prizes


One of the highlights of the dinner is the lucky draw prizes. Dinner attendees will have a chance to purchase some raffle tickets for a chance to enter into the lucky draw. Our strong partnership with the government and diverse range of private business sectors through corporate membership has enabled us to offer a range of lucky draw prizes. The prizes in our past events have included returned air tickets to Malaysia / Singapore, hotel stay, wines, restaurant vouchers, various retail stores and more.

Catering


12 Course Chinese Banquet Menu.

Special Dietary requirement: Please email any special dietary requirements at time of booking to contact@amsa.com.au

Train Station


The nearest train station is Chatswood Station.

Parking


4 hours FREE parking from 6 pm onwards. All guests will need to download and register for the Westfield Plus App as member.

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Find out more about us Visit www.amsa.com.au


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