Martial House @ Lions Charity Show 2016

FullSizeRender-4 On 24 January 2016, Martial House was privileged to be part of the Lions Charity Show 2016 which was telecasted “live” on MediaCorp TV Channel 8. With the theme of “active and graceful ageing”, the show included performances by active senior citizens with local and international celebrities. IMG_0330-2 The Martial House Stars, led by Timothy Chan, performed to the iconic song “A Man Should Better Himself” along with renowned local artiste and Getai veteran, Marcus Chin. The Stars included: 1. Neville Cheong 2. Nigel Cheong 3. Ng Geng Jui 4. Travier Wong 5. Melvin Tan 6. Brandon Lee 7. Ng Teck Hong 8. Shawn Tan 9. Jeremy Tan 10. Wang Choon Hai IMG_0328-2 Over S$3,317,730.00 was raised through the Lions Charity Show for the Lions Home for the Elders and the Lions Befrienders, a welfare organisation that helps to improve the social, psycho-emotional and physical well-being of the elderly. The show was also the first “live” show to be held at the new MediaCorp Campus. IMG_0348 It was indeed a great honour for Martial House to be involved in the charity show, doing our humble part to help raise funds to improve the well-being of the senior citizens in Singapore. FullSizeRender-3

SPD Charity Show 2015

IMG_2762 Did you manage to catch Martial House Stars, Ho Lin Ying & Samuel Tan on the “live” telecast of the SPD Charity Show 2015 last night? Both Team Singapore athletes were involved in a performance together with MediaCorp artiste, Desmond Tan and SPD beneficiary, Samuel Lim. IMG_2767 The World Wushu Championships Gold & Silver medalists displayed a synchronized Taiji routine as Samuel Lim played a smooth music piece with the “guzheng”, a traditional Chinese instrument. IMG_2804 Following, as the music became more intense, Desmond Tan, one of the 8 Dukes of Caldecott Hill, made his appearance and executed a “nandao” routine which impressed the audiences! Credit goes to Martial House Coach Kevan Cheah for the choreography! IMG_2807 Martial House is thankful for the opportunity to contribute back to society and is grateful that SPD managed to raise a total of $4.8 million! Click here to read the article on xinmsn. IMG_2808 If you did not manage to catch the “live” telecast of the SPD Charity Show, fret not as MediaCorp Channel 8 will be broadcasting the repeat telecast on 29 March 2015, Sunday, from 3.30pm to 6.30pm. Donation hotlines will open till 30 March 2015.