IPC Shopping Centre reminisces the affinity of a traditional Chinese home to celebrate divine happiness

Home is where the heart is, they say. But when celebrated with blissful moments of togetherness, sweet memories are made in the heart. This Chinese New Year, IPC Shopping Centre celebrates divine happiness by reminiscing the affinity of a traditional Chinese home, which includes the living hall, dining area, kitchen and a peony garden.

“When one reminisces the moments at home, it creates a sense of nostalgia within,” said Evelyn Tan, Centre Manager of IPC Shopping Centre. “The setting of a traditional Chinese home is to encourage people to head home for the festive season,” she stresses.
Chinese New Year reunions – traditionally – are always filled with joy, laughter and happiness. From busy kitchens to blooming gardens, these scenarios of prosperity simply enhance one true act, family bonding.

Another notable setting is the alluring peony garden at the front of the home. Different cultures offer different symbolisms of peonies but during Chinese New Year in particular, it represents improvements and flourishing moments in life. On top of that, peonies also portray long-lasting love and prosperity.

Themed ‘Moments of Togetherness’, shoppers and specifically families will get to enjoy blissful moments as one with a series of exciting workshops and activities. There will be art and craft sessions where parents and kids can work together to make their very own paper fans, cool masks, peony flowers (using recycled materials) and rock magnets. Don't miss out on the super-fun Traditional Chinese Paper Cutting Art and Calligraphy workshops too!

Also catch our exhilarating acrobatic lion dance performances, drums and Chinese musical acts. Keep an eye out for the ‘God of Prosperity’ as he strolls around the centre giving out goodies!
Shoppers at IPC Shopping Centre will get to enjoy some good fortune this Chinese New Year. From 23rd January right up to 1st March 2015, take home an oriental fine ceramic dining set when you spend a minimum of RM688 on the same day with a maximum of two receipts. If you are an Alliance Bank card member, you will only need to spend RM633! In addition, shoppers who spend a minimum of RM88 will receive a unique packet of IPC’s Chinese New Year Ang Pows too!
About IPC Shopping Centre
IPC Shopping Centre is Malaysia’s first shopping centre anchored by IKEA. Having opened their doors in December 2003, IPC Shopping Centre brings with them not only their wholesome Swedish heritage but also being able to share their values and beliefs with their shoppers to create a better everyday life. Over the decade, the essence of their Swedish roots rings true in every aspect, from their strong family values, simpler lifestyle, convenience, safety and security and most importantly the shopping experience. IPC Shopping Centre offers all your shopping needs and more under one roof making it the preferred family shopping destination for a convenient, safe and fun filled day out for an enjoyable family experience every time.
IPC Shopping Centre is strategically set in the heart of Mutiara Damansara Commercial Centre (MDCC) welcoming more than 15 million visitors annually. Offering a wide-ranging choice of retailers, the shopping centre has more than 170 concept retail outlets and is the ideal family shopping destination, to suit the different lifestyle needs of many people. As a shopping centre that cares, IPC Shopping Centre takes pride in their signature Recycling Centre and Buy-Back Centre. Opened in June 2009, the green centre has been a convenient drop-point for the community to do their bit for Mother Earth.
Website - http://www.ipc.com.my

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