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Chinese New Year 2019, Bristol

Chinese New Year Fan Dance

Join us on Saturday, 9th February 2019, at our FREE Chinese New Year celebrations. We will be welcoming the Year of the Pig with dance performances, kung fu demonstrations, Lion Dances and live firecrackers.

 

Chinese Zodiac – Year of the Pig

Piglets, © Danielle Coombes

The Chinese Zodiac features 12 animals, each believed to bestow their characteristics to those born in their year. This is the horoscope for those born in the Year of the Pig.

Wai Yee Hong, Chinese New Year 2018

Chinese New Year Fan Dance

Thank-you to everyone who came to join us to welcome the Year of the Dog with our 2018 Chinese New Year celebrations, and helped to make the event such good fun. Gong Hei Fat Choi!

 

Chinese New Year 2018, Bristol

Chinese New Year celebrations

Come and celebrate with us at Bristol’s biggest FREE Chinese New Year celebrations at 11.00am, on Saturday 17th February 2018. Traditional live firecrackers, lion dance, kung fu, dancing, crafts, street food, face painting!

Chinese Zodiac – Year of the Dog

Year of the Dog

If you are born in the Year of the Dog, it is believed that you are fiercely loyal, easygoing and approachable. Dogs tackle the difficulties of daily life without fear and are honest and kind in their dealings with other people

 

Made In Bristol TV 30-Jan-2017

Made In Bristol TV

The Lowdown from Made in Bristol TV came in to interview one of our managers, Selina Li, about Chinese New Year traditions, the Chinese zodiac, and our very own Chinese New Year celebrations.

Chinese New Year 2017, Bristol

Chinese New Year celebrations

Come and join us for our celebrations for the confident and loud Year of the Rooster. Visitors will be treated to traditional Chinese firecrackers and incredible lion dance and kung fu performances from the Yi Quin lion dance troupe.

 

Chinese Zodiac – Year of the Rooster

Year of the Rooster

Those born under the sign of the Rooster are often multi-talented, with many accomplishments in many fields or disciplines. They are loyal and make the most devoted friends, always keep their promises and can be trusted to keep their word.

Chinese New Year 2016, Bristol

Chinese New Year celebrations

Bristol’s best Chinese New Year celebrations start at 11.30am, on Saturday 6th February 2016, when we welcome the energetic and mischievous Year of the Monkey at Wai Yee Hong!

 

Chinese Zodiac – Year of the Monkey

Year of the Monkey

Those born under the Monkey sign are said to be intelligent and creative. Their wisdom and charisma means that they often make good leaders, but they can also be egotistical and snobby.