The Venetian and Palazzo welcomed the Year of the Horse on Friday with a traditional lion and dragon dance. Sheldon Adelson, chairman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands Corporation, along with his wife, Dr. Miriam Adelson, were in attendance to paint the eyes of the dragon…Read The Full Post
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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas celebrated the Year of the Horse with a “Dotting of the Eyes” ceremony and street parade throughout the resort on Saturday. The event featured a twisting and turning dragon, lions and dancers. In addition, the resort featured art from Alexander…Read The Full Post
Hakkasan at the MGM Grand welcomed the Year of the Horse by kicking off its Chinese New Year celebration with a traditional lion dance on Friday night. From the pounding of drums to the stirring of chants, the festive vibrations filled the restaurant. The clashing…Read The Full Post
If you want to ring in the Chinese New Year in style, you should really book a stay at the Peninsula Beverly Hills. The haute hotel has partnered with Van Cleef & Arpels to create a glittering package in honor of the Year of the Horse.
A special feast in honor of the Chinese Year of the Horse will take place this year at Blue Jade in the Ritz-Carlton Dubai. The hotel’s popular Pan-Asian restaurant will celebrate the Chinese New Year a delicious array of Chinese fare made by culinary masters from China.
Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens celebrates the Year of the Horse during Chinese New Year with a festive sanctuary boasting rich cultural meaning and honoring the stallion symbolizing happiness and luck through March 1. The design of the Conservatory’s tranquil temple is guided by the…Read The Full Post
Bloomingdale’s South Coast Plaza is ringing in the Chinese New Year in a fashionable, very haute way. The Year of the Horse will make its Orange County entrance with unique merchandise, special events, and in-store animation from January 10 – February 15.
To celebrate the upcoming “year of the horse,” Ralph Lauren is releasing a limited-edition Chinese New Year collection that celebrates the designer’s equestrian heritage while paying homage to the Chinese culture. Created in the traditional palette of the Chinese New Year, the line includes an array of…Read The Full Post
Wolfgang Puck is welcoming in the Year of the Horse with a special 10-course tasting menu at his tony WP24 Restaurant and Lounge. The Austrian master chef invites guests to bid farewell to the Year of the Snake with a menu that’s heavy on good fortune symbolism.
Welcome to the year of the Snake: 2013. The San Francisco Symphony rang in the Year of the Snake with its Annual Lunar New Year Concert and Celebration in Davies Symphony Hall. Details inside.