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Celebrate Chinese New Year with Yang Sing Cathay

chinese new year 2018

Would you like to win a portion of spring rolls to enjoy at Yang Sing Cathay in the Trafford Centre? As Chinese New Year commences on Friday 16th February, we wanted to let you know of something very exciting! Yang Sing Cathay are teaming up with the Trafford Centre for this annual tradition. They are giving away 150 vouchers for a free portion of spring rolls. These are placed in lucky red envelopes and hidden around the shopping centre. You have three days to be in with the chance of winning. Will you be one of the lucky people who get your hands on the delicious treat?

The meaning of Chinese New Year

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Managing Director of Yang Sing Cathay, Kui Man Gerry Yeung OBE, shared his thoughts on Chinese New Year with us:

Chinese New Year, to me, means family. It’s a time for families to share together.

And we completely agree with Gerry. There’s nothing better than a family run restaurant who want to bring families together to enjoy the celebration. Especially with staff who offer a vibrant atmosphere for you to enjoy Chinese food. There’s no better way to celebrate Chinese New Year than to head over to the restaurant yourself and try out their tasty dishes.

We’re extremely proud of Gerry’s achievements and are honoured to have him as our President of Disabled Living and High Sheriff of Greater Manchester.

A successful adventure of 20 years

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This year Yang Sing Cathay are celebrating an amazing 20 years. Over these years, the restaurant has become an integral part of the Trafford Centre.

1998 wasn’t the beginning of their success. The Yang Sing group commenced business in 1977 in Manchester’s famous China Town. Their first restaurant on Princess Street celebrated their 40th birthday last year.

From sizzling steak dishes to vegetarian and vegan courses, there’s something for everyone. Take a look at the full menu. Whether you attend for a casual lunch, relaxed dinner, or group party, themodern oriental atmosphere will leave you wanting to return for more food!

Fun fact: This year is the ‘Year of the Dog’. If you were born in 1958 or 2018, you are known as the Earth Dog. This means, you are usually recognised for being communicative, serious, and responsible in the workplace. View source here.

T&Cs for the red envelopes

red envelope chinese new year

  1. The vouchers are valid on 15th – 17th February 2018 only
  2. If the free portion of spring rolls is to be claimed without any additional purchase, it will be served as a bar snack
  3. A choice of Pork or Vegetable Spring Rolls is available
  4. Portion size is two spring rolls

More information about Chinese New Year celebrations can be found by visiting the Trafford Centre’s website.

Follow Yang Sing Cathay on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to see more of their success and offers we’re sure you’ll be tempted to enjoy.

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