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Chinese New Year in Beijing 2018
Two long-standing traditions of the Chinese New Year festivities take place in Beijing every year, colorful and lively Temple Fairs and bright and noisy Firecrackers. Here's what's happening in Beijing this Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dog 2018
Ano Nuevo Chino en Madrid 2018
Las celebraciones del ano nuevo chino en Madrid se llevaran a cabo en Plaza de Espana y en el barrio de Usera con desfiles de dragon, danzas tradicionales, exhibiciones de kung fu y un pequeno mercado de articulos chinos. Ademas, se llevaran a cabo muchas actividades en el Centro Cultural Chino incluyendo conciertos, talleres y exposiciones, actos de baile, musica, opera, etc.
Chinese New Year in Madrid 2018
One of the largest celebrations of the Chinese New Year in Madrid take place in the suburb of Usera and in Plaza de Espana. The festivals and fairs typically include lion and dragon parades, performances and dances, Kung Fu exhibitions and a small Chinese crafts market. Here's what's on in 2018.
Chinese New Year in Vancouver 2018
Vancouver celebrates Chinese New Year in grand style with the signature Chinatown Spring Festival Parade. The dragons and lions stretch well beyond Chinatown to nearby Richmond and around, there are hundreds of events from flower markets, cultural performances, kung fu and acrobatics, family crafts, lantern making... here's what's happening to welcome the Year of the Dog!
Chinese New Year in Singapore 2018
Singapore is a riot of colors and lights during the Chinese New Year festivities: Street Light Ups, The River Hongbao Carnival, The Chingay Parade and of course Fireworks! Here's what's happening in Singapore this Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dog 2018
Chinese New Year in San Francisco 2018
San Francisco's Chinese New Year celebrations have to be one of the largest and most colorful in the world: colorful flower markets, lively street markets and fabulous Golden Dragon Parade, the highlight of the festivities. This is when and where it's all happening in 2018!
Chinese New Year in London 2018
Chinese New Year in London is a flurry of colorful and energetic lions and dragons parading through the streets, crackling sounds of firecrackers, lively cultural performances, opera, kung fu, acrobats, craft markets and stalls and of course, this being a Chinese festival, food food food!
Chinese New Year in Hong Kong 2018
The Hong Kong Chinese New Year Parade, the Fireworks, the markets, the lion dances, the lantern festivals... Here's what's happening in Hong Kong this Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dog 2018
Chinese New Year in New York 2018
Chinese New Year celebrations in New York are some of the liveliest most colorful outside of Asia and include a fantastic Firecracker Ceremony on New Year's Day, the Lunar New Year Parade thru Chinatown and a stunning fireworks display with the Empire State Building at its epicenter all decked in red and gold.
Easy Chinese Hot Pot Recipe and Tips for Preparing it at Home
What is Chinese Hot Pot, how do you prepare and eat it? Here is an easy Chinese Hot Pot Recipe and tips on preparing and enjoying your hot pot at home.
Chinese New Year in Sydney 2018
Sydney's Chinese New Year Festival is one of the biggest celebrations outside of China and runs for a couple of weeks with Lunar Markets, Pop Up Food Festivals, Lion Dances, Fireworks and even Dragon Boat Racing on the last weekend of the Festival.
How to Make Paper Fans
How to make Chinese paper fans in 7 easy steps: some red and gold paper, a little folding and you have an awesome decorative piece to add to the spirit of any Chinese celebration!
How to Make Chinese Lanterns
Learn how to make chinese lanterns with these six easy steps for kids to follow. All you need is some paper, scissors and glue.
Chinese New Year Crafts: Making Your Own
Let's make some easy Chinese New Year crafts to decorate the house and get in the festive mood, here we show you how to make paper lanterns and banners with messages of good luck and fortune, easy for home or a school project.
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