2020

CISS Photo Contest

Announcement of Winners:

 

You folks are amazing! Thanks for everyone who entered the 2020 CISS Photo Contest. We have received a lot of wonderful Instagram posts, pictures, and stories on @CalgaryChinatown by Feb 22, 2020. 

 

Here are the ten winners who will each receive a $20 gift certificate of a merchant of Chinatown BIA's choice. Congratulations!

User: HangryInYYC (115 Likes / 26 Comments) LINK

User: GilbertShNg (88 Likes / 2 Comments) LINK

 User: JWYC (79 Likes / 5 Comments) LINK

User: pennyb_yyc (56 Likes / 2 Comments) LINK

User: wilmashim (47 Likes / 0 Comments)​ LINK

User: yycbelly (43 Likes / 4 Comments)​ LINK

User: wilmashim (43 Likes / 2 Comments) LINK

User: visualstorytelleryyc (25 Likes / 2 Comments) LINK

User: hailmancondo (25 Likes / 0 Comments) LINK

User: fijaspace (23 Likes / 2 Comments) LINK

Grand Prize Winner is...

@MackPack951

who will receive a $200 gift certificate from Silver Dragon Restaurant. Here is the post!

Relive the

Ice-Sculpture

Showcase

and shoutout to our sponsors!

About CISS

Chinatown Ice-Sculptures Showcase

In 2018, the Chinatown Business Improvement Area had a dream to light up Chinatown with Ice-Sculptures and carvings during Chinese Lunar New Years to celebrate what this unique community is all about. 

Our dream was realized in 2019 (the Year of the Pig) when we presented 12 unique carvings at the James Short Park for three weeks. In 2020 (the Year of the Rat), Calgary Chinatown BIA once again re-upped CISS by bringing another dozen ice-sculptures to various locations in the area.

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TD Chinatown branch was opened in 1995 and has been servicing the Chinese Community for over 23 years. All of their staff speak English, Cantonese and Mandarin. TD's goal is to enrich the lives of everyone in our communities. Celebrating and experiencing different cultures, learning about our neighbours, and building a strong and inclusive City for us all.

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