Tag Archives: Chinese Culture

OCA Mid Autumn Festival Celebrations 2014

Mid Autumn Festival - Chang-e, the Lady on the Moon

The Annual Overseas Chinese Association Mid Autumn Festival Banquet will be on 9th September 2014. Tickets are available to buy in-store NOW!


Piglet Biscuits, Jue Zai Beng – 豬仔餅

Sweet Piglet Biscuits

Mid-Autumn Festival is fast approaching. Every year, Mooncakes get all the glory, and we don’t think that’s fair! This is why we feel it’s about time we introduced you to ‘Piglet Biscuits’.

Wai Yee Hong, Chinese New Year 2014

Chinese New Year Lion Dance

Thank-you to everyone who joined us on Saturday, 1st February, for our annual Chinese New Year celebrations, making it our biggest Chinese New Year event ever!


alittlebristol – January 2014

Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

What happened when popular Bristol-based blog A Little Bristol asked us what we did for Chinese New Year? Check out our interview with them!

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!


Chinese Zodiac – Year of the Horse

Year of the Horse

Of the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac the horse is one of the most free-spirited! What’s in store for the horse this year?

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.