HCTA Chinese New Year Celebration Tourism & Feng Shui
Thursday, February 21, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)
Gong Xi Fa Cai!
TOURISM & FENG SHUI
Join us in bringing in the Chinese New Year with Clarence K. Lau, Feng Shui Master & Teacher with heavy pupus and no host cocktails at the Jade Dynasty Restaurant in the Ala Moana Shopping Center.
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Clarence Lau began studying the traditional Feng Shui with Master Yeung for many years. Master Yeung is the most reputable feng shui consultant who consulted with Hong Kong & Shanghai Banks, Citi Corp and many other Businesses throughout Asia.
Clarence earned his college degree in mathematics which helped his feng shui calculations, he explanins feng shui in a scientific way.
When Clarence was certified to practice the traditional readings, he moved to the United States and practiced full time. He provides service to all kind of locations from existing home or business to new site and renovation, Lau has been asked to approve the floor plans of residences such as the Washington Place, his clients are among the well known companies, celebrities and politicians as well.
He also teaches in classes, seminars and workshops of feng shui, he has appeared in many articles in newspapers and televisions.
Members (With RSVP on Eventbrite & Pay at Door) @ $10.00 per member
Members (With RSVP & Pay on Eventbrite) @ $15.00 per member
Members (Without RSVP & Pay at Door) @ $15.00 per member
Non Members (With RSVP on Eventbrite & Pay at Door) @ $20.00 per guest
Non Members (With RSVP & Pay on Eventbrite) @ $25.00 per guest
Non Members (Without RSVP & Pay at Door) @ $25.00 per member
Reservation deadline is Monday, February 18, 2013 via Eventbrite.
Any reservation after the deadline, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org, late fee will apply.
Please do not send in any checks.
When & Where
The mission of the Hawai'i Chinese Tourism Association is to provide an organization that brings together related Hawai'i travel industry professionals and business leaders who are interested in promoting travel from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan to Hawai'i.
The Hawai'i Chinese Tourism Association seeks to create a harmonious relationship between Chinese travel agents, wholesalers, hotels, airlines, activities and retailers servicing visitors to Hawai'i. It represents those in the industry with a network of relationships with other associations, the State of Hawai'i Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT), the Hawai'i Tourism Authority (HTA) and the City and County of Honolulu, to build a bridge between China, Hong Kong and Taiwan to Hawai'i.
The Hawai'i Chinese Tourism Association organizes series of speakers, trade shows and trade missions to better prepare Hawai'i’s travel industry for the increasing Chinese market.