Since 2016, we’ve successfully spearheaded the biggest event for Chinese-Filipinos where we hone young Chinoys to be the next role models of their community. We have also consistently led Chinese-themed events that highlight the best of Chinese culture for all kinds of audience to learn and appreciate.

Mr. and Ms. Chinatown Philippines

Known as the most prestigious pageant for Chinese-Filipinos, Mr. and Miss Chinatown Philippines is more than just a parade of beauty. Now in its seventh year, this advocacy-driven project continues to get bigger and better, with the last edition sporting the theme, #BuildingBridges. It was held at the SM Mall of Asia Arena and attended by over 5,000 people!

Chinatown Ball

In a night of fashion and elegance, prominent figures from the Chinese-Filipino community gather in support of a chosen beneficiary in the Chinese-Filipino community. This annual event is one of the activities  under the Mr. and Miss Chinatown Philippines journey and spotlights the creative side of Chinoys.

Hosting Workshop

Effective communication is key to successful marketing, which is why we also organize hosting workshops to help young Chinoys develop their speaking skills for better branding. It also comes with a personality development session to guide them in building self-confidence. In the past, we’ve had television and events host Janeena Chan, Valerie Tan and Gretchen Ho as our mentors.

Little Mr. and Ms. Chinatown Philippines

Learning starts early on. And with the success of Mr. and Miss Chinatown Philippines, we thought that even young Chinoys deserve all the opportunities to get ahead just as much as their achis and ahyas. After two editions, this mini pageant has already helped many Chinoy kids achieve success in their own inspiring ways.

Modern Tao Ke

Held in partnership with Globe myBusiness Academy, this series of seminars hopes to equip Chinese-Filipinos with innovative business insights. Among its notable editions focused on the experiences of family businesses in the time of a pandemic to help entrepreneurs cope with potential setbacks in their respective fields.


In this summit, we bring together the Philippines’ top entrepreneurs, or the Taipans, to share their experiences and tips in the hope of inspiring other Chinese-Filipinos. In the past two years, we’ve had successful businessmen from various fields like Mr. Bernie Liu, Ms. Myrna Yao and Mr. William Tiu Lim. There’s also a summit for the Chinoy youth to help them kickstart their entrepreneurial journey.