Chinese New Year
As You Know, Lunar New Year has a history dating back thousands of years and is one of the oldest and most important traditions in Asian culture. It is celebrated widely by Asian communities all over the world. Lunar New Year is the celebration of the beginning of spring (in the northern hemisphere) as well as the New Year.
Festivities mark the beginning of the 15 days’ observing ancient traditions, customs and honouring our rich community culture.
No matter what the country, religion or race, New Year’s Day is a time for family reunions, gatherings and reflection and for reaffirming bonds.
Lunar New Year in 2017 will herald the Year of the Rooster, the tenth zodiac sign of the Chinese zodiac cycle.
Chinese New Year 2017 begins on Saturday 28th January
Date: Saturday 28th January 2017
Venue: Dai Gum San precinct
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