We gave away over $6800 in prizes! There was 8 different prize packages to be won. What Dad doesn’t want his own private backyard pub, some great local beer, premium steaks, HarbourCats tickets, golfing, cycling, a slick haircut, restaurant gift cards and more!
As 8 is the lucky number in Chinese Culture, we had 8 big prize bundles of local restaurant gift cards plus fortune cookies, white rabbit candy, and chopsticks. Total value of EACH prize bundle is over $295!!
We're out in our red vests lending our hands to five out energy bars, bananas, water and Gatorade for the Ryder Hesjedal's Tour de Victoria! Over 1400 cyclists passed through our tables, all keen to ride some more!!
Celebrating National Dumpling Day is 'dumpling' we will do again next year! Thank you to Silk Road for donating the delicious tea, Dumpling Drop for wholesaling to us and Custom Stamp & Engraving for our info sheet!
And a big shout-out to our loyal supports, who had us sell out in 4 days!
With Covid-19 restrictions, the little patients in the pediatric wing at Victoria General Hospital are not allowed to bring their favorite toys from home. The play areas remain closed as no toys can be shared. Partnering with Toys R Us we were able to gather 44 boxes of toys to donate!! The dream was to collect enough toys and funds to keep the toys in the children's wing full up to and including Christmas -which we will definitely be able to do!
For Mother's Day we teamed up with Brentwood Bay Village Empourium to bring you a special tea box containing 17 different sweet and savory items.
Each box is lovingly presented with decorative lined paper, ribbon and flowers/rosemary. All orders received a fresh carnation from Brown's The Florist!
The Village Restaurant - Chinatown location collaborated with us to offer this delicious and unique fundraising Chinese takeout meal kit for 4!
Our 27th year celebrating Chinese New Years and we wanted to share our delicious Chinese food with you! The meal kit requires light cooking at home (15 minutes).
We are pleased to have sold out of our Celebration Package with our sponsorship from Dumpling Drop! Our Zoom presentation with Dumpling Drop founder, cooking ideas and some history of dumplings was a success. Thank you to all our supporters, Dumpling Drop and Silk Road Teas
The Victoria Chinatown Lioness are pleased to have sold all their tickets to their annual Chinese New Year Fundraising dinner with live and silent auctions and raffle baskets, in celebration of the Year of the Rat.
The Victoria Chinatown Lioness are pleased to have sold all their tickets to their annual Chinese New Year Fundraising dinner with live and silent auctions and raffle basket s, in celebration of the Year of the Pig.
The Victoria Chinatown Lioness were pleased to invite you to their annual Chinese New Year Fundraising dinner with live and silent auctions and raffle baskets, in celebration of the Year of the Dog.
Tickets: $50/person *Includes 8-course dinner*
Spent an evening with Jan Wong as she talked about her latest book, Apron Strings: Navigating Food And Family In France, Italy, and China. This event included an 8 course Chinese banquet dinner with Jan talking about her book, as well as a Q&A afterwards.
The Victoria Chinatown Lioness were pleased to invite you to their annual Chinese New Year Fundraising dinner with live and silent auctions and raffle baskets, in celebration of the Year of the Rooster.
An evening with Dr. Vivienne Poy featured an 8 course meal followed by guest speaker Dr. Vivienne Poy. She is an author, historian, fashion designer, entrepreneur & community volunteer.
Spent an evening with Diane Bestwick as she encounters us with her story of living in China and the motivation to write her book.
Spent an evening with Paul Yee as he recounted the latest stories from his books. The evening included an 8-course Chinese meal.
Enjoyed an 8-course Chinese dinner and a talk with Evelyn Lau as she recounted her newest novel Runaway: Diary of a Street Kid.
8 course Chinese meal followed by a talk with Janie Chang
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