This Chinese New Year, from December 31, 2019 till January 27, 2020, the Curve will be home to majestic, multi-colored lions. To welcome patrons, a pair of lions in distinct poses will be displayed at both the North and South entrances. Symbolizing luck and prosperity, eight striking lions in various colors such as blue, pink, orange and green will take center stage in various poses atop traditional red Chinese drums along with baby pink cherry blossom trees around the Center Court. Adding the final touch will be red Chinese New Year lanterns hanging from the ceiling, offering a truly festive ambiance for shoppers. Two unique photo opportunity areas will also be available for patrons to capture lasting memories.
Jazmi Kamarudin, Senior General Manager of the Curve, said, “The lion has always been a symbol of good luck and prosperity deeply rooted in Chinese culture. Traditionally, lion dances are held during the Lunar New Year to bring good fortunes. Building on this, we wanted to give our patrons a truly immersive Chinese New Year celebration and we are confident we have done so in a unique manner through our Roar of Prosperity campaign. Our vibrant décor and thrilling musical will be a perfect environment for families to gather together and celebrate the auspicious occasion.”
There will also be other activities to enjoy throughout the built up towards festive period! Enjoy traditional Chinese New Year melodies performed by a 3-piece instrumental band. Patrons are sure to be fascinated by the thrilling and daring stunts of the Acrobatic Lion Dance, performed by championship lion dance troupe, Kwong Ngai Lion Dance.
Bring home a special souvenir when you shop for your Chinese New Year essentials at the Curve! Patrons who spend a minimum of RM438 in a maximum of two receipts will be eligible to redeem a Prosperity Lion figurine available in red, orange and yellow. While those who spend a minimum of RM188 in a maximum of two receipts will be able to redeem festive Angpow packets. All redemptions are subject to terms and conditions and while stocks last.