Dead Not Alive: Hong Kong's best celebrity Halloween party

Dead Not Alive: Hong Kong's best celebrity Halloween party

Everyone's invited to this star-studded Halloween bash
Dead Not Alive Halloween party
Celebrities such as Daniel Wu (back row, left) let loose at the annual Dead Not Alive Halloween bash.


Hong Kong's online community for artists, actors, models, DJs, musicians and filmmakers, alivenotdead.com, is holding its annual Halloween bash at Zuma on October 29.

Dubbed "Dead Not Alive" the party should feature an appearance by Hong Kong actor Daniel Wu Yin-Cho who co-launched alivenotdead.com.

Dead Not Alive Halloween partyEvil Snow White and murderous seven dwarves show up at Dead Not Alive.Wu and his celebrity friends, including his Hong Kong celebrity-model wife Lisa Selesner, are expected show up in their Halloween costumes for the annual event.

Apart from an opportunity to hobnob with famous people, the party is due to attract some of the best costumes during Halloween in Hong Kong, while a diverse roster of DJs will keep the party hot.

This year, three-time Japan DMC champion DJ Ta-Shi will be on the decks, followed by Hong Kong's popular female DJs Miss Yellow, Seraphim Yami and Suki Wong. For the proverbial cherry on top, Hong Kong's leng mo du jour Jeana Ho will also be DJ-ing.

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Dead Not Alive Halloween partyPredator wins in this photo-op, especially over the cross-dressing woodsman.


Dead Not Alive Halloween Party

October 29, 2011 
11 p.m. till late
Zuma, 5-6/F,  The Landmark, 15 Queen's Road, Central +852 3657 6388

Buy tickets at www.alivenotdead.com. Advance tickets HK$350 with two drinks, at the door $450 with two drinks, late-entry after 2 a.m. $250 with one drink.

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