NYC Crazy Rich Asians Gala Brought over 300 People to the Mansion of Glen Cove

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On May 11th at Mansion of Glen Cove, Dr. David Tai along with his partner Raymond Dai and co-hosts Brandon Chow, Cici Cao, Caryn Chow and Serena Hsiang organized a day long event called NYC Crazy Rich Asians Gala that attracted over 300 attendees to dress up for the event and some notable guests including Her Highness Tengku Chanela Jamidah of State of Pahang Malaysia; Bing, masked superstar singer from China, and Carol Chen, CEO of Covetella, the official wardrobe for “Crazy Rich Asians” movie.

NYC Crazy Rich Asians Gala aims to create a globally known annual red carpet event for Asians to promote themselves and show the world their talents, brands and companies. Through this first year’s event, participants were able to enjoy fun activities including pool party, BBQ, karaoke, escape room, mahjong game, ping pong with exhibitors presenting their products such as Good Maker Beauty, Hair Philosophy, NAUGHTY SUNDAY, and DIAMONDS by Direct NYC.

Not to mention, the highlights of the event was the fashion shows to showcase designs from THY, Minika Ko and VIDEMUS OMNIA.

Gala attendees were also treated with delicious dinner with some of the top performances including “America’s Got Talent” Magician Roger “Rogue” Quan, 2018 American Loopstation Champion Sung Beats, and “So You Think You Can Dance” Top 6th contestant – Janelle “JBellyBurn” Issis.

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