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Countdown to 2009
    2009-01-01 08:27:32     CRIENGLISH.com
 
On 31 December from 9:30pm till 1:30am of next day, The Village at Sanlitun is joining forces with iLook, leading fashion magazine, to host "Juicy at The Orange", Beijing's juiciest countdown party. Juicy at The Orange will bring the latest techno music, street performances, and the best selection of lucky draw prizes for all to win.
 
DJs and VJs from Canada, United States of America and China including TrixOzoneBen HuangB6 and Sulumi will bring you end of year beats in a brand new format. Don't miss the Godfather of Chinese Techno Ben Huang and the renowned DJ B6 who we guarantee will rock the party to have you dancing all night.
 
Great prizes including mobile phones, watches, and jewellery are on offer for the lucky winners. iLook Editor-in-Chief Ms Hung Huang will be at Juicy at The Orange to draw prizes and party with old and new friends. The focal point for the countdown will be the Piazza where people will be able to gather to see in the New Year with cheers and spectacular visual delights on the giant LED screen.
 
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