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ႏွစ္သစ္ခ်ိန္ခါ စင္ကာပူျမိဳ႕မွာႏွစ္စဥ္ စည္ကားသိုက္ျမိဳက္စြာက်င္းပတဲ့ “ခ်င္ေဂး ပြဲေတာ္” သို႕အလည္သြားၾကရေအာင္

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“ခ်င္ေဂး” ပြဲေတာ္ ဟာ ၁၉၀၅ ခုႏွစ္ တြင္ မေလးရွားႏိုင္ငံ ပီနန္ ျမိဳ႕မွာ စတင္က်င္းပ ခဲ့တယ္၊

ကြမ္ရင္မယ္ေတာ္ ရဲ့ေမြးေန႕အထိမ္းအမွတ္ အတြက္ပူေဇာ္ပြဲ ျဖစ္တယ္၊

 

၁၉၆၀ ေလာက္မွာဆိုရင္ ထိုျမိဳ႕မွတဆင့္မေလးရားတႏိုင္ငံလုံးသို႕ျပန္႕ႏွံ႕သြားခဲ့တယ္၊

ေနာက္ျပီးေတာ့ တ႐ုပ္ႏွစ္သစ္ကူး နဲ႕ဆက္ႏြယ္သြားေတာ့တယ္၊

 

 

စင္ကာပူ မွာ ၁၉၇၃ ခု ႏွစ္က စတင္ က်င္းပ တာ က ၁၉၇၂ ခု ယခင္ႏွစ္မွာ 

မီးေလာင္ လြယ္တဲ့ ေျဗာက္အိုး ေတြ ကို ပိတ္ပင္လိုက္လို႕ျဖစ္တယ္၊

 

 

 

 

 

ေနာက္ပိုင္းတြင္ တ႐ုပ္အမ်ိဳးသား တင္မကဘဲ မေလး လူမ်ိဳး အိန္ဒိယ လူမ်ိဳး စတဲ့ 

လူမ်ိဳးေပါင္းစုံပါဝင္ဆင္ႏြဲတဲ့ပြဲေတာ္အျဖစ္သို႕ အသြင္ေျပာင္းသြားခဲ့ျပီျဖစ္တယ္၊

 

၂၀၀၉ခု ႏွစ္ မွာ ခ်င္ေဂး ပြဲေတာ္ ရဲ့

 

  ေရႊပြဲလာ ပြဲၾကည့္ပရိသတ္ က လူေပါင္း ၁၅၀,၀၀၀ ရွိျပီး

အိမ္ကေန TV တီဗီ ၾကည့္ပရိသတ္ က တစ္ သန္း ရွိ ကာ၊

 

အာရွ တခြင္ အရပ္ရပ္က T V တီဗီ ၾကည့္ ပရိသတ္ က ၁၆.၃ သန္းရွိ တယ္လို႕ ေဖာ္ျပတားတယ္

 

Chingay Parade (South East Asia) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chingay

The Chingay Parade is an annual street parade held in Penang, Malaysia in celebration with the birthdays of the Chinese deities or the procession of the Goddess of Mercy ( Guanyin ),and inSingapore[1] as part of the Chinese New Year festivities. The term Chingay itself originated in Southeast Asia, which is a phonetic equivalent of both the Chinese words “真艺” which means “true art” in the Penang version, and “妆艺”, which means “a decorated miniature stage” or float in the Singapore version.

Origin

Chingay procession was held in celebration with the birthdays of the Chinese deities or the procession of the Goddess of Mercy ( Guanyin ).[2] It was held to worship and enjoy with the deity. During the earliest procession in more than 100 years ago, the earliest English newspapers Echo in Malaysia adopted the word Chingay Procession for this special event.[3]

Chingay is originated from China, and the Penang Chinese first performed Chingay during deity processions.[4] It is a street art where the performer balances a giant flag that ranges from 25 ft to 32 ft in height and about 60 pounds in weigh.

Today, in Malaysia and Singapore, Chingay is not only performed by the Chinese, but the art has successfully attracted the Malays and Indians. It has become a unique multiracial performance. The popularity of Chingay in Penang has made it one of the very impressive cultural landmarks as well as an important tourist attraction.[5]

Chingay in Malaysia

The Chingay Parade traces its origins to a float decorating competition held in Penang in 1905. This practice of float decoration spread to the rest of Malaya by the 1960s, and eventually became associated with the Chinese New Year.

Chingay in Singapore

On 4 February 1973, the first Singapore Chingay parade was held partly as a result of the ban on firecrackers a year earlier in 1972 as a result of fire hazards….

An estimated 150,000 spectators attended the 2009 Chingay Parade on February 1. One million Singaporeans watched the parade on television and another 16.3 million homes and hotels across Asia received the television broadcast through Channel NewsAsia….

 

Chingay Parade 2012 wows with an extravaganza of colour

http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/STIStory_763324.html

The annual Chingay parade celebrated its 40th anniversary this year.

The two-day event, held at the Pit Building beside the Singapore Flyer on Friday and Saturday, captivated spectators, young and old, with a plethora of colourful displays, floats and pyrotechnics.

Centred on the theme of Love, Care and Kindness Everywhere, the event featured a 360m waterway with performers making a splash and creating spectacular stunts and exhilarating acts with water.

Chingay Parade in Singapore, 2012

Chingay Parade in Singapore, 2012 Photos | Chingay Parade in Singapore, 2012 Pictures – Yahoo! Entertainment Singapore

 

 

CHINGAY 2012 ON THE WATERWAY!

http://www.chingay.org.sg/2012/highlights.asp

CHINGAY 2012: A Waterway Parade – Nymphs and Lilies/ Fluidity in Harmony

http://www.vidjin.com/chingay-2012-a-waterway-parade-nymphs-and-lilies-fluidity-in-harmony.html

Beautiful strains of the erhu filled the air as the graceful movements of dancers mesmerised the crowd. This was followed by enigmatic music played with the seruling. Watch out for a crowd- pleasing surprise at the end of this performance! 

CHINGAY 2012: A Waterway Parade – Dragons on display

http://www.vidjin.com/chingay-2012-a-waterway-parade-dragons-on-display.html

This segment features different types of dragons, including a water dragon, human dragon, straw dragon, a soaring giant head dragon 

 

CHINGAY 2012: A Waterway Parade – Helaran Ceremony from Indonesia

http://www.vidjin.com/chingay-2012-a-waterway-parade-helaran-ceremony-from-indonesia.html

Segment 3 of LOve My Culture features a performance from friends from Inodnesia, presenting “Helaran Ceremony” 

 

CHINGAY 2012: A Waterway Parade – Community Dragons of Love

http://www.vidjin.com/chingay-2012-a-waterway-parade-community-dragons-of-love.html

Segment 7 of “Love My Community” features dragons making their grand entrances accompanied by the fiery sounds of firecrackers 

CHINGAY 2012: A Waterway Parade – Grand Finale with spectacular Fireworks

http://www.vidjin.com/chingay-2012-a-waterway-parade-grand-finale-with-spectacular-fireworks.html

Love, Care, 

CHINGAY 2012: A Waterway Parade – Triumph over Challenges by SOKA

http://www.vidjin.com/chingay-2012-a-waterway-parade-triumph-over-challenges-by-soka.html

Young Lions! You must never forget to always wear, A “hero’s smile” A True hero is a person of capacity Whosr true strength lies in developing Flexibility 

အစမ္း ေလ့က်င့္ ခန္း

Chingay 2012 Rehearsals 1 highlights – YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndX1YuvRHz0&feature=related


 Slideshow စလိုဒ္႐ိႈး ပံုေတြ ၾကည့္ဘို႕ Link လင့္ခ ကိုႏွိပ္ပါ

 

chingay tag

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gwwang/tags/chingay/show/

 

 Slideshow စလိုဒ္႐ိႈး ပံုေတြ ၾကည့္ဘို႕ Link လင့္ခ ကိုႏွိပ္ပါ


Search results for chingay 2012

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