Press Release - The CHIN International Picnic and Miss CHIN Bikini Contest 2008
"Snapshots of the World" CANADA DAY WEEKEND Saturday and Sunday (June 28, 29 2008)
Tuesday (July 1, 2008)
Toronto CHIN Radio proudly announces the 42nd CHIN International Picnic 2008 offering "Snapshots of the World" with more than 2,000 performers from over 15 ethno-cultural communities entertaining the estimated 250,000 people who attend.
The CHIN International Picnic 2008 has something for everyone including; The World Beat Music component, headlined by top performers from Italy, Portugal, South Asia, Hong Kong and Latin America; Sporting Events including a LIVE Club Boxing Show presented by Boxing Ontario and produced by Chris Johnson's Fighting Alliance, Cycling Races presented by the Midweek Cycling Club; Children's Activities including Team K9 Dog Challenge, Jungle Cat World, Circus Shows, Petting Zoo and Pony Rides, Amusement Park Rides and Games; Cultural Showcases such as the Folklore Dance Competition, Italian Festival, Portuguese Festival, Polish Festival, Chinese Festival and South Asian Festival along with Contests & Prizes with audience participation in a veal eating contest, 649 Happy Dance Contest, Karaoke contest and Activity Breaks.
Shoppers and Browsers can visit the International Shopping Bazaar with over 100 exhibit booths and brand-name merchandise, retailers, services and entertainment, and featuring the Garnier "I Take Care" Dome; hungry visitors can visit the many Foods of the World Kiosks on the grounds, and quench their thirst in the beer garden or at the many fruit juice and beverage stands; and let's not forget the famed MR. CHIN and the MISS CHIN events.
MR. CHIN 2008 Date: Sunday (June 29, 2008) Time: 5:30 PM Venue: Bandshell Stage, Exhibition Place
Join the festivities on the Canada Day weekend for a wide variety of free entertainment for the whole family!
The CHIN International Picnic is produced by CHIN radio/TV international; a Canadian radio and television broadcaster that produces and airs programming in over 30 different languages. The contribution of CHIN to the cause of multiculturalism, understanding and tolerance between people of many national, racial and religious origins has been recognized and acknowledged throughout Canada.