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วันพุธที่ 30 มิถุนายน 2010 เวลา 13:23 น.

The best Asian party, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjoNCAPtPZw

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วันพุธที่ 30 มิถุนายน 2010 เวลา 13:27 น.

    Significance

  1. An Asian theme party is utilized when one wants to embark on sharing food and festivities similar to that of the Asian culture. Focusing on serving Asian inspired appetizers in a buffet style setting will have guests satisfied and feeling as if they are visiting the orient. Creating an oriental or Asian feel to the party by highlighting the party area with quotes from famous Asian philosophers, such as Chuang Tzu in either traditional Chinese or English handwriting, will add great significance and conversation to the party table.
  2. Function

  3. An Asian theme party can be for any occasion, but this is most generally is held for a social gathering of friends and family. Hosting the party in the evening hours will allow for subtle lighting with Chinese paper lamps and lanterns to highlight the outdoor walkway as guests arrive. Giving out oriental umbrellas and fans to guests as they arrive will help them feel part of the theme. Breaking up the party area by dividing it with a Shoji screen will create Asian flair and privacy for guests to mingle near as well. Have volunteers greet guests at the door with a Samurai sword trellis to walk under for a feeling of Asian inspired authority and protection.
  4. Features

  5. The host should greet guests at the door wearing Asian inspired clothing. A kimono works nicely. Oriental music can play in the background setting the tone for the Asian atmosphere. Tables should be draped in red and gold tablecloths. Bonsai trees and smooth river rocks can highlight the tables for decorative accents. Setting up a self serve buffet for guests allows them to help themselves when they get hungry. A sushi bar complete with dipping sauces and cards in front of them that read the exact type of seafood is also a great addition to the food buffet. Rice, soups and boneless chicken and shrimp can also be served in addition to the sushi. Hot tea and Saki served with a Saki set will create a warm ambiance for guests throughout the life of the party. Serve food on Asian inspired square plates with chopsticks. Place a fortune cookie on guest plates to add flair to the Asian theme.
  6. Effects

  7. Set up an area for game play and include such games as Chinese checkers and mahjong. Fill up prize bags filled with Asian items such as Asian inspired books, silk scarves, mini Buddhas, and Chinese dragons. Hanging posters and pictures of the orient express as well as other oriental travel posters will inspire guests to get into the feel of Asia and the orient. Having Chinese dancers perform at the party in full costume will create added entertainment for guests.
  8. Considerations

  9. One should consider that not all guests will enjoy eating sushi or seafood. Have alternative foods such as chicken lo mien or chicken fingers for variation. Keep seafood refrigerated until ready to eat to prevent spoilage. Consider having the party catered by a local Asian themed restaurant if finances allow.
  • An Asian theme party is utilized when one wants to embark on sharing food and festivities similar to that of the Asian culture. Focusing on serving Asian inspired appetizers in a buffet style setting will have guests satisfied and feeling as if they are visiting the orient. Creating an oriental or Asian feel to the party by highlighting the party area with quotes from famous Asian philosophers, such as Chuang Tzu in either traditional Chinese or English handwriting, will add great significance and conversation to the party table.
  • Function

  • An Asian theme party can be for any occasion, but this is most generally is held for a social gathering of friends and family. Hosting the party in the evening hours will allow for subtle lighting with Chinese paper lamps and lanterns to highlight the outdoor walkway as guests arrive. Giving out oriental umbrellas and fans to guests as they arrive will help them feel part of the theme. Breaking up the party area by dividing it with a Shoji screen will create Asian flair and privacy for guests to mingle near as well. Have volunteers greet guests at the door with a Samurai sword trellis to walk under for a feeling of Asian inspired authority and protection.
  • Features

  • The host should greet guests at the door wearing Asian inspired clothing. A kimono works nicely. Oriental music can play in the background setting the tone for the Asian atmosphere. Tables should be draped in red and gold tablecloths. Bonsai trees and smooth river rocks can highlight the tables for decorative accents. Setting up a self serve buffet for guests allows them to help themselves when they get hungry. A sushi bar complete with dipping sauces and cards in front of them that read the exact type of seafood is also a great addition to the food buffet. Rice, soups and boneless chicken and shrimp can also be served in addition to the sushi. Hot tea and Saki served with a Saki set will create a warm ambiance for guests throughout the life of the party. Serve food on Asian inspired square plates with chopsticks. Place a fortune cookie on guest plates to add flair to the Asian theme.
  • Effects

  • Set up an area for game play and include such games as Chinese checkers and mahjong. Fill up prize bags filled with Asian items such as Asian inspired books, silk scarves, mini Buddhas, and Chinese dragons. Hanging posters and pictures of the orient express as well as other oriental travel posters will inspire guests to get into the feel of Asia and the orient. Having Chinese dancers perform at the party in full costume will create added entertainment for guests.
  • Considerations

  • One should consider that not all guests will enjoy eating sushi or seafood. Have alternative foods such as chicken lo mien or chicken fingers for variation. Keep seafood refrigerated until ready to eat to prevent spoilage. Consider having the party catered by a local Asian themed restaurant if finances allow.
  • An Asian theme party is utilized when one wants to embark on sharing food and festivities similar to that of the Asian culture. Focusing on serving Asian inspired appetizers in a buffet style setting will have guests satisfied and feeling as if they are visiting the orient. Creating an oriental or Asian feel to the party by highlighting the party area with quotes from famous Asian philosophers, such as Chuang Tzu in either traditional Chinese or English handwriting, will add great significance and conversation to the party table.
  • Function

  • An Asian theme party can be for any occasion, but this is most generally is held for a social gathering of friends and family. Hosting the party in the evening hours will allow for subtle lighting with Chinese paper lamps and lanterns to highlight the outdoor walkway as guests arrive. Giving out oriental umbrellas and fans to guests as they arrive will help them feel part of the theme. Breaking up the party area by dividing it with a Shoji screen will create Asian flair and privacy for guests to mingle near as well. Have volunteers greet guests at the door with a Samurai sword trellis to walk under for a feeling of Asian inspired authority and protection.
  • Features

  • The host should greet guests at the door wearing Asian inspired clothing. A kimono works nicely. Oriental music can play in the background setting the tone for the Asian atmosphere. Tables should be draped in red and gold tablecloths. Bonsai trees and smooth river rocks can highlight the tables for decorative accents. Setting up a self serve buffet for guests allows them to help themselves when they get hungry. A sushi bar complete with dipping sauces and cards in front of them that read the exact type of seafood is also a great addition to the food buffet. Rice, soups and boneless chicken and shrimp can also be served in addition to the sushi. Hot tea and Saki served with a Saki set will create a warm ambiance for guests throughout the life of the party. Serve food on Asian inspired square plates with chopsticks. Place a fortune cookie on guest plates to add flair to the Asian theme.
  • Effects

  • Set up an area for game play and include such games as Chinese checkers and mahjong. Fill up prize bags filled with Asian items such as Asian inspired books, silk scarves, mini Buddhas, and Chinese dragons. Hanging posters and pictures of the orient express as well as other oriental travel posters will inspire guests to get into the feel of Asia and the orient. Having Chinese dancers perform at the party in full costume will create added entertainment for guests.
  • Considerations

  • One should consider that not all guests will enjoy eating sushi or seafood. Have alternative foods such as chicken lo mien or chicken fingers for variation. Keep seafood refrigerated until ready to eat to prevent spoilage. Consider having the party catered by a local Asian themed restaurant if finances allow.
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    An Asian inspired theme party is a great way to implement the feel of the orient into being the main focus of the evening. Asia is a Continent that is home to 47 countries and covers a broad range of cultures and nationalities, but the country's most recognized with the Asian theme are Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, China, and Japan.

     
    asia themenparty PDF พิมพ์ อีเมล
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    วันพุธที่ 30 มิถุนายน 2010 เวลา 13:29 น.

    Asia covers a large area, so an Asian theme party could mean different things to different people. As such, if you're interested in throwing an oriental party theme, consider narrowing your scope to a particular theme, such as a geographical region, holiday, or tradition.

    For example, there are many fine cuisines throughout Asia. China has multiple varieties, and that's just one (large) country. However, a Japanese sushi theme or Korean food approach may get you started on the right track.

    Or maybe you're interested in throwing a party to celebrate the Chinese New Year. The point is to pick an idea and work your party around that.

    For Asian party supplies, use the primary country/area as a guide. Colors of the flag are good, as are traditional colors of the region. If you are celebrating the Chinese New Year, consider bright colors such as red and yellow. Make some dragon masks out of card stock or poster board. Streamers are inexpensive and a fun way to create a festive atmosphere.

    Use holiday lights around the room to represent fireworks. If you have posters from the region, hang those on the wall. Chinese lanterns are a fun and inexpensive way to add an "Asian" touch to any party.

    Food options are many. Do some research on traditional foods from the area or for the specific celebration.

    I recommend this Chinese recipe cookbook with over 500 delicious recipes.

    We also recommend the delicious Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipe Cookbook with recipes from Applebee’s, Cheesecake Factory, Red Lobster, Benihana, Olive Garden, and many other popular restaurants.

    Consider offering a variety of choices so your guests can sample the wonderful cuisines. Drinks will also vary by region, so look into this as well.

    For the invitations, include the primary colors you plan to use and be sure to let your guests know the theme. If you wish them to dress a particular way, include this in the invitation so everyone will come prepared.

    I recommend the Printable Party Invitation Creator that allows you to print over 300 unique printable party invitations, including theme party & birthday party invitations, birthday cards, party games, puzzles, and much more.

    Because there are so many choices for an Asian theme party, you can make some basic preparations and decorations for many parties to come! Enjoy the learning process and taking a trip around the world from the comfort of your home.

     


    Here is another variation, submitted by Robin from NY:

    For my friend's birthday we hired a party coordinator and they designed a party package that was "A Trip to the Orient" party. It included red & black party goods, they used oriental fans and paper dragons to decorate the walls and hung paper lanterns from the ceiling. For entertainment, they arranged for the rental of Sumo wrestling suits and our guests "wrestled' each other for hours. It was great fun and a memorable party.

    Can’t decide what theme party to throw? Check out Theme Party Secrets Revealed to learn how to pick the perfect theme for any and all occasions -birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, and holidays as well as how to cut your party planning time in half.

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