It was an honor to perform lion dance for Marvin Rotrand (Montreal City Council, representing the district of Snowdon) at his surprise party to celebrate his life serving the community. Club founder Jimmy Chan presented Marvin with a gift in appreciation of his support towards the Chinese community.
We had so much fun this weekend performing at Les aventures du cœur de l’île, which took place in Montreal’s Chinatown. Les aventures du cœur de l’île is a summer initiative presented by the Quartier des Spectacles Partnership and Montréal centre-ville in collaboration with Tourisme Montréal. Revitalizing the downtown core with interactive projects and installations from Atwater to Papineau and from Sherbrooke to the Saint Lawrence, Les aventures du cœur… Read More »Les aventures du cœur de l’île (September 17 & 19, 2021)
We performed lion dance at Kim Fung restaurant, giving them blessings. This is a common tradition to give businesses prosperity and fortune. We had a blast walking around the restaurant and interacting with the restaurant’s customers, taking selfies with them and giving them blessings as well!
We performed lion dance and wushu, offering an amazing entertainment experience for the guests and newly married couple at their wedding.
We performed lion dance at camp N.C.B.F for the children to experience and learn about the Chinese culture. Also included was a wushu martial arts performance from Mia Wu and a self-defense lesson from our Sifu Jimmy Chan. Upgrade your event with a unique entertainment experience! Contact us for details and pricing: http://chanliondanceclub.com/
Throughout the month of September, we were invited by Quartier des Spectacles to perform lion dance in Chinatown’s new Place publique Shā Tān to attract more visitors to Chinatown’s businesses. With the city gradually opening back up during the COVID-19 pandemic, Chinatown’s businesses are still suffering from lack of visitors in the area. With our lion dance performance, we attracted many new visitors to Chinatown and encouraged them to visit… Read More »Lion Dance in Chinatown and Place publique Shā Tān (September 2020)