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Food Festival Attracting Huge Crowds
Mission Hills International Food Festival

Thousands of fans are flocking to the Mission Hills International Food Festival with the revelry set to continue all weekend.

The festival, which began on Thursday afternoon at Mission Hills Shenzhen’s Country Club, has something to suit everyone’s tastes.

It features cuisine from a wide variety of countries and regions plus premium brand beers and spirits, French and Italian wines and a range of soft drinks.

Around 20,000 people attended the first two days of the Mission Hills International Food Festival and the weekend is expected to result in even higher numbers.

Apart from the sumptuous F&B, the festival includes activities and entertainment for all the family. The event has a 1950s rockabilly musical theme with live performances by bands and DJs from China, Hong Kong and Chinese Taipei, including Boogie Playboys, DJ Dave “Wobbly” Ross and Dr Eggs.

In addition, Mission Hills has teamed up with famous spray paint brand Montana Colors to bring together graffiti artists from around the world for an active display of writing and drawing on a series of “graffiti walls” totaling 100 metres in length.

Street basketball and football competitions are also keeping visitors entertained, together with magic shows, “bubble soccer”, speed dating and a karaoke competition.

The Mission Hills International Food Festival is open from 11:00am to midnight today and tomorrow (23-24 August). Complimentary shuttle buses are in service from Shenzhen North Railway Station, Exit C, West Plaza, and Guanlan Tianhong Bus Station, Longhua District.

Admission to the festival costs RMB 30, including RMB 30 cash coupon. Guests can enjoy free entry – without cash coupon – by scanning the QR code (attached) shown on event promotional posters and leaflets.

Caption: Some of the thousands of visitors enjoying themselves at the ongoing Mission Hills International Food Festival. Photograph by Miao Hua/Mission Hills

About Mission Hills

Mission Hills Group Vice Chairman Tenniel Chu

Mission Hills Group, owner and operator of Mission Hills Shenzhen-Dongguan, which contains 12 golf courses (making it officially the world's biggest golf club), and Mission Hills Haikou, which features 10 courses, is a key player in China's fledgling sports and leisure industry. At both resorts, the company is expanding facilities to include world-famous hotel brands, major tourist attractions, retail developments, entertainment districts, office space and residential accommodation. The company is also in the process of developing new resorts at other locations across China. The Mission Hills brand encompasses several sub-brands, including Mission Hills Golf Clubs, Mission Hills Residences and Mission Hills Hotels & Resorts. It is also the host, promoter and underwriter of several high-profile golf tournaments, including the World Ladies Championship and the World Celebrity Pro-Am. The company employs approximately 15,000 people across its two operations.

For further information, please contact:
Niall Donnelly
Director of Marketing & Communications – International Golf & Sports
Mission Hills China
Tel: (86 755) 2802 0888 ext 38568
Mobile: (86) 18038176640 or (852) 6052 3330
Email: NiallDonnelly@missionhillschina.com

DaphneWang@missionhillschina.com



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