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Real-Life 'Crazy Rich Asians' Throw 1st Birthday Party With Gucci Claw Machine and $1 Million Donation

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By Gary Trock

In Beverly Hills -- it's not about who you know -- it's about how lavish a party you can throw, and one over the top event included amazing treats and entertainment ... especially the claw machine stuffed full of Gucci products.

Dr. Gabriel Chiu, one of Beverly Hills' top plastic surgeons, and his wife Christine are rising socialites in town, and celebrated their 1-year-old son Gabriel's birthday with a party to end all parties.

The Chiu's have been living the luxurious lifestyle in BH for years, and we're told Christine was once in the running to become one of the "Housewives of Beverly Hills."

Even more interesting -- sources tell The Blast Christine is actually the focus of a new TV show based on a real-life version of the popular movie, "Crazy Rich Asians," and crews were rolling during the insane birthday bash.

It's unclear where exactly the show will end up, but we're told they have been following Chiu around for months and documenting her opulent and philanthropic lifestyle.

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Baby G's party went down Saturday in Santa Monica at the Cayton Children's Museum by ShareWell.

Along with choosing the museum as their venue, the Chiu family donated $1 million in Gabriel's honor to dedicate a wing of the museum.

The donation also helped establed the Chiu Fund-For-All, which we're told will provide free museum admission for children in "undeserved" communities.

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It was attended by celebrities like "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Teddi Jo Mellencamp and others, including Joyce Bonelli, and Alexa Dell.

We're told Mellencamp especially enjoyed the Gucci claw machine, and even took a stab at trying to score her own swag. However, she came away empty handed while her friend was able to win a bag.

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We're told the claw machine was the biggest hit, but guests also enjoyed a carnival-themed party, which included a money booth, virtual reality games, custom Baby G surf shop, face painting, arcade room, marionette shows, caricatures and carnival games.

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The entertainment was good, but the food at Baby G's party was next level.

We're told guests dined on reimagined carnival eats, which included mini corn dogs, lobster rolls, popcorn, chicken and waffles, cotton candy and tater tots topped with caviar.

Something tells us Baby G is going to have a whole bunch of new friends when his 2nd birthday party rolls around.

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