TORONTO, Ont. – January 03, 2019 — “Chinese Stories China Year” is a big event for Canadian Chinese immigrants during the traditional Chinese Spring Festival every year in Canada. the “Chinese Stories China Year” is popular Gala host and operated by Canadian based CCTVmedium Inc. and the Canadian Association of Chinese Report (CACR) to voice the world about Chinese stories for promoting Chinese culture. It has been loved and paid attention by audiences at home and abroad since the beginning, especially catching the eyes and attention of the cultural departments from various provinces in China, and has become a big important event that really makes Chinese around the world to expecting.
With the focus of “speaking Chinese stories well, spreading Chinese voices and recording the changes of the times”, the party will tell the western people what is really happening in China based on the fact by our all overseas media platforms, trying to reduce the misunderstandings, to show you the real story about what is going on in China. The gala is live on TV, online and mobile with more than 10 million viewers to celebrate the New Year with us every year.
“Chinese Stories China Year” Gala will broadcast on major Chinese TV stations in Canada, as well as in China’s major media platform, such as Dalian TV, Wuhan TV, Yinchuan TV, “Iqiyi”, Tencent video, LeTV, Youku, etc.
The gala invites a lot of famous performance artists from China and local popular artists to attend the party. The Chinese stories and emotions are described in various forms such as song and dance, recitation, instrumental music, cross talk, drama, and essays on the show. The representative artists from home and abroad are brought together and they perform programs that are popular among overseas Chinese in Canada.
Schedule: 7:30, January 19, 2019
Address: Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts
Ticket Price: $28 / $38 / $58 / $128
Ticket Sales: 416-800-6969; 416-904-7199
The host of “Chinese Stories China Year” for 2018 is Yi Qin — famous and popular entertainment host cross Canada and China