CNY 2013: Winds of Fortune at Sunway Pyramid

I wish you a smooth sailing journey in your life and everything you do, may you prosperous in 2013. A Chinese junk is a symbol of wealth because it is a mode of transportation that carries goods for trading and explores a world of possibilities.

Wind of Fortune at Sunway Pyramid Sha Chuan at Fortune Harbour

Sha Chuan, a Chinese junk docks at Fortune Harbour brings all shoppers back to the 1870s during the golden ages of modern Chinese when goods were transported via water route in business transactions between merchants and traders. The junk in fact has a history that is dated back in 770 to 446 BC, during the Spring and Autumn Period where the 40 feet tall and 40 feet wide Chinese junk made from solid wood originated from the Jiangsu Province

Through the tide of time, the Sha Chuan has earned its many names, first as a sand-proof flat-bottom ship during the Song Dynasty, a flat-bottom ship in the Yuan Dynasty and finally the ‘sand ship’ during the Ming Dynasty.

For this Chinese New Year 2013 Wind of Fortune at Sunway Pyramid officiated by Dato’ Ngeow Voon Yean, Managing Director of Sunway Group – Property Investment Division, accompanied by HC Chan, Chief Executive Officer of Sunway Shopping Malls and Kevin Tan, Chief Operating Officer of Sunway Shopping Malls entered the Fortune Harbour and walked towards the jetty leading to the Sha Chuan where the Chinese New Year celebration was launched.

Shanghai Tang Dance Performance 

During the Chinese New Year celebration in the mall, various activities such as lion dance, Spring Flower Market, Sand Bottle Workshop, Calligraphy Workshop, the Shanghai Tang Dance, Sunway Pyramid mascots, Leo and Leona Walkabout and many more.

The launch of the Winds of Fortune was made possible thanks to business partners and sponsors, Citibank, Sunway Travel, A-Saloon, Oriental Noble, AEON, Cold Storage and Kechara.
Some Of uS Campaign ‘Food for Thoughts’ ambassadors Xandria Ooi and her celebrity friends, Chermaine Poo, Liang and comedian Joanne Kam explain what this campaign is all about and shared what is their food consumption experience is like before they donated some food to the food bank. All proceeds go to Jumble Station, a community outreach initiative which aimed to help single parents and the underprivileged. 

To date, the non-profit organisation provides support for 80 to 100 families residing in the regions of Klang Valley, Subang Mewah, Cheras and Klang on a regular basis ranging from food, clothing and home appliances to job placement opportunities.

Shoppers who want to donate food such as instant noodles, instant beverages, oats, milk powder, crackers, cooking oil, salt, sugar, pasta and canned food to the food bank can do so from 11 January – 24 February in front of Cold Storage and AEON Supermarket, located at LG2. 


  1. will go to Sunway Piramid to see it myself soon~ XD

    1. hi Mr Lonely,

      can go up the ship & take pic too.

      Sunshine Kelly


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