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Cathay Lifestyle Presents: #SGisFun

Cathay Lifestyle Presents: #SGisFun 

Q: What is this #SGisFUN all about? 

Many people often have the perception or mistaken that Singapore is boring, but ARE WE REALLY THAT BORING
If also disagree like me, then let's prove everyone that #SGisFun after all! 

Q: How do I participate in this hashtag? 

Post an Instagram photo of yourself at any one of these locations - The Cathay, Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, E2Max, The Cathay Restaurant, hangout@mt.emily or Cathay Cineplexes and show us that you are actually having fun / enjoying yourself! 

My brother actually sent me a photo of himself taken at my poster at Cathay Cineleisure! Thought is was quite funny as he was imitating my expression! 

Each photo contribution will aid the Fun-O-Meter to increase!

 You can view the website if you wish to find out more information:

What you could to is you can encourage all your friends to help push the Fun-O-Meter up to where it belongs! You may wish to head over to #SGisFUN microsite ( where all #SGisFUN hashtags from social media platforms - Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are collated and reflected in the Fun-O-Meter (you can check if your friends submitted their photos too!)

Currently it's at 21% of fun, so let's make it to 100%!!!! 

Q: What are the benefits of participating in this hashtag? 

 -H-A-L-L-O-W-E-E-N- S-P-E-C-I-A-L - 

From now till 19 October 2014, Cathay Lifestyle will be giving out RWS Halloween Horror Nights 4 tickets. Because Halloween is around the corner, you can post a selfie / photo of yourself portraying the scariest face in any of these locations (The Cathay, Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, E2Max, hangout@mt.emily, The Cathay Restaurant and Cathay Cineplexes) and you may stand a chance to be picked as a winner for the tickets! 

One Example on instagram: 

Subsequently from 20th October onwards...... 


All you have to do is to take 15 seconds video mimicking Ellen’s Dance Dare (dancing behind strangers’ backs without getting noticed).

Here's an example of my friend Gregory that did the challenge:


Lastly from November onwards......

There will be weekly winners selected to win complimentary movie tickets if you post a fun photo (example: my brother's pic above)



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