2011 EWCP Christmas Party!!

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2011 EWCP Christmas Party!!

Postby arden » 20 Dec 2011, 02:33

2011 EWCP Christmas Party!
Join us to share some Christmas spirit, and to learn a bit about meditation and qigong, too.

This year we'll be celebrating Christmas with lots of fun activities including carolling, gingerbread man decorating, a movie, a virtual fireplace (not really an activity, but really fun), and of course delicious Christmas snacks, desserts, and drinks.
To top it off we'll do a gift exchange ($100 minimum), and you can digest your food with some mindfulness and meditation.
Come alone or bring a friend, and enjoy Christmas with a large group of foreigners from over the world!
Please contact us below to RSVP.

Sunday 25th December, 7 - 11pm
Da'an MRT area, 098 333 9901, info@eastwestcultureproject.org
Free food and entertainment, bring a 100NT minimum gift
http://www.eastwestcultureproject.org
http://www.eastwestcultureproject.org/ -Eastern Culture and Buddhism
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Re: 2011 EWCP Christmas Party!!

Postby anamunky » 23 Dec 2011, 20:53

gingerbread men rule! :bravo:
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