Networking

Moon Festival Networking

Price:
Early Bird Price:
NTD 600

On-site Price:
NTD 800

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Are you celebrating Moon Festival this year?

On September 10th from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm, CCIFT invites you to join our first Moon Festival Networking Event! 

Get to know more people from the international business community in Taiwan and meet other CCIFT members, while spending a fun evening discovering more about Taiwan’s culture. 

During this event, you will appreciate the Qipao traditional clothing and even try them on. 

Enjoy the sound of the Guzheng, and taste Mooncakes from our member, The Sherwood Taipei and Regent Taipei.

Have a photo session with models on the beautiful balcony, and enjoy Dihua old street’s atmosphere. 

Register online now to benefit from the early-bird discount.

Seats are limited (30 participants maximum), come celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with us!

 

Online Early Bird Ticket

  • NTD 600 with 2 glasses of wine (+ a cup of tea or coffee + finger food) with the full cultural experience: try the traditional clothing, pictures with the models, Face-changings & Guzheng performance, moon cake tasting, access to the other floors and the balcony, etc.

On-site Ticket

  • NTD 800 with 2 glasses of wine (+ a cup of tea or coffee + finger food) with the full cultural experience: try the traditional clothing, pictures with the models, Face-changings & Guzheng performance, moon cake tasting, access to the other floors and the balcony, etc.

 

 


About the Performer:

Jack will perform Sichuan opera face change

Sichuan opera is one of many local operas in China, popular in the provinces of Sichuan, Yunnan, and Guizhou. Face changing is not simply changing one’s facial makeup in a casual way, but refers to the changing of masks in quick succession to show different emotions and feelings of the character in the play.

In Sichuan Opera’s face-changing performance, singing and acting are separated. “Face-changing” was a way ancient humans used to face off against fierce beasts. In order to survive, they used different ways to outline their faces in different forms, in order to scare the invaders. The performer will change face 12 times. A person can play multiple roles at the same time without changing clothes.

Jack also alternates between a combination of different styles, such as other Chinese opera, Chinese Kung Fu, acrobat, dancing, and jugglery skills.

 

WenWen will perform Pipa

Pipa is a traditional Chinese musical instrument, belonging to the family of plucked string instruments. It is sometimes called the “Chinese Lute”.

WenWen, the Pipa Beauty, is an oriental Chinese musician with outstanding talents and detached temperaments. Utilizing diversified styles, combined with fashion repertoires her performances can be fast or slow, ranging from Blue and White Porcelain to Swan Lake. Oriental Chinese music is combined with popular fashion styles, generating unprecedented sentiments.

Alia will perform Guzheng

Guzheng is the most ancient Chinese musical instrument dated 2500 years ago. It appears in a great deal of Chinese Kung Fu movies.

Alia, the Guzheng Beauty, is educated in National Taiwan University of Arts, graduating with a master’s degree in music. She is 174 cm tall and weighs 49 kg. She is the champion of the 2019 Miss Asia (Taiwan Division) and Guzheng performer of the Wushuang Orchestra. She used to be the leading Guzheng musician of the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra. She has recorded many music albums including Wakin Chau’s "Sai Diaochan" and Li Chengru's "The Return of the Great Guide". She won first prize in the Chinese Music Youth Group at the Asian Music Open Festival, and the Gold Award in the Overseas Professional Group of the Beijing International Guzheng Music Festival, and numerous other awards.

She has given many recitals in the National Auditorium and performed with the groups in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Okinawa, Romania, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and other places. In recent years, she has dedicated to the integration of Chinese music, Beijing opera, bel canto, dance and electronic music. She is one of the souls of the Chinese style electronic music party, and the artistic director of the second Oriental Mystery Music Festival. Rising as a new generation of stage stars, she is committed to promoting the popularity of C-pop between the two sides of the strait.

 


**Important Notice for COVID-19 Prevention**

During the event, please respect social distancing measures (at least 1.5 meters per person) when eating or drinking.

Except when eating or drinking, please make sure to wear your masks all the time!

 

 

Why not place your order of these best mooncakes for your Mid-Autumn Festival?

Place your order from The Sherwood Hotel ►  CLICK HERE

Place your order from Regent Taipei ►  CLICK HERE

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Documentation

Guzheng_performer.pdf (PDF • 660 KB)
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