Tag Archives: Bristol

Chinese New Year 2014, Bristol

Cute Lion Dance

Celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Horse with us! Everyone is welcome to our Chinese New Year celebrations at 11.15am on Saturday, 1st February, for traditional firecrackers, lion dance performances and much more!

 

Crumbs – October 2013

Crumbs Magazine October 2013

In an interview with Crumbs Magazine, Masterchef runner-up Andrew Kojima shows Sophie Rae how to cook some Japanese classics, and recommends Wai Yee Hong as a oriental foods supplier.

React Adapt Blog – Social Media

React Adapt

We’re chuffed to be picked out in React Adapt’s blog post about local businesses using social media well.

 

Chinese New Year 2013, Wai Yee Hong

Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

Gong Hei Fat Choi! Wishes of happiness and prosperity to you all! Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Snake with us! Read more to see our gallery and videos from our Chinese New Year celebrations, 2013!

 

Bristol Chinese New Year Events 2013

Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

With Chinese Year of the Snake fast approaching, we take a look at what the local Chinese associations have planned for this Chinese New Year.

Chinese New Year 2013, Bristol

Cute Lion Dance

Happy Chinese New Year! Everyone is welcome to celebrate the arrival of the year of the snake with us at 11.15am on Sunday, 17th February, when there will be traditional firecrackers and lion dance performances.

 

OCA Chinese School 2012-13

Back to Chinese School!

Planning on sending the kids of Chinese School? Don’t forget to enroll them for the 2012/2013 school year soon!

Bristol Independents Day 2012 – Wai Yee Hong

Bristol Independents

We are proud to announce that Wai Yee Hong will be participating in this year’s Bristol Independents Day on Wednesday, 4th July! This is a campaign to support local independent businesses, which also coincides with Independent Retailer Month.

 

Wai Yee Hong Tweets For Bristol!

Bristol52 logo

Wai Yee Hong is excited to announce that we’ll be taking part in Bristol52; an online social project aimed to represent the character and life of Bristol.