The first virtual Dragon Ball raised $680,000 to support seniors


To celebrate the Chinese New Year, Toronto chef Eric Chong, a MasterChef Canada winner, and Michelin chef Alvin Leung of Hong Kong, together delivered a special New Year cooking demonstration. In addition, guests were engaged by traditional Sichuan face-changing, starch-dough figurine making, Lion Dance and more.
Dragon Ball is well-known for its sumptuous cuisines. This year’s event had no different. Each $600 VIP ticket included a culinary certificate from one of the city’s best food suppliers. Culinary options included a dinner from R&D Spadina, the best Canadian-Asian fusion restaurant in Chinatown; a whole roast suckling pig or a cooked seafood platter from T&T Supermarket; or a deluxe “Seafood in a Box” from SeaMax Trading.
The 32nd Dragon Ball is sponsored by TD Ready Commitment, Audi Uptown, Manulife, BMO, Tridel, Hanson Canada, and MediSystem. Other major sponsors included Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (Toronto), RBC, HSBC, Scotiabank, Kylemore, FOTILE Canada, Ti Foods, East Court Residence, Kenny Wan Chartered Accountant, Ocean Packers and many more.
Media partners are OMNI Television, 680 NEWS, Classical 96.3 FM, Sing Tao Media Group (Canada) and the Canadian Ethic Media Association, etc.

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