How time flies! The 2011 year of Rabbit is saying goodbye and the 2012 Dragon is coming! With the 2010’s annual company gala dinner still lingering in mind, tonight we hold 2011’s annual gala party at a nice restaurant within walking distance of our office building.
This year’s gala dinner party is smaller in size compared with previous years. But we stick to the motto that “Small is beautiful” and much efforts have been made to keep the small gala party funny, exciting and encouraging.
The various courses of menu are carefully selected; the restaurant is strictly chosen, spacious, clean with genuine flavor and originality; lottery prizes are purchased in advance to ensure that everybody will get a gift.
A cozy restaurant elegantly furnished
Sing a song
Most of the staffers are the Post-80s ( born between 1980 to 1989 ). This generation is active, clever and practical. KTV is a must for a gala dinner party for the 80s generation.
Choose a sing
Sing a song
Getting a gift by slamming a dice
This year we abandon lottery draw and instead we use dices to decide who will get the gifts and what kind of gifts she or he will get. The Dice Game (shaizi) is very simple. Everybody has three chances to shake and slam three dices in a bowl for winning one gift. The number added up by the three dices will decide one’s gift.
All the gifts are classified into four categories – First Prize, Second Prize, Third Prize and Fourth Prize. The larger number you get from the three dices, you will have a better gift.
Slam the dices in a big bow!
18 points – the highest number from three dices
The first prize – Cash RMB 1,000
The second prize – rice cooker
The third prize – home textil
Yummy Shanxi muslim cuisine
Over ten courses are coming one by one
Chinese cabbage and mushroom broth
Roasted lamb ribs
Skewered Barbecued Lamb
Fried soft chicken bones
Delicious flour wrappers
Best wished to you for the year 2012 from our staff
Tip: Hassle-free Beijing Guided Tours
If you don’t want to go the do-it-yourself route and prefer the hassle-free escorted tours, here are some options for Beijing guided tours: