Tag Archives: Chinese Festival

Chinese New Year Celebration Party

Traditional Lion Dance Costume

Wai Yee Hong are the proud sponsors of this year’s Chinese New Year Celebration Party, which is organised by the Overseas Chinese Association.


Chinese New Year, Year of the Rat

Choi Sun! Chinese God of Prosperity

On 10th February, Wai Yee Hong will be hosting some traditional Chinese New Year celebrations. Why not come down to enjoy the festivities with us?

Mooncake Tastings 2007

Mooncake Tastings at Wai Yee Hong

On the 8th and 9th of September, Wai Yee Hong customers were treated to mooncake tastings in conjunction with Tai Tung Bakery.


Moon Festival Fun 2007!

Traditional Chinese Mooncake

To celebrate the Moon Festival we are offering moon cake tastings and discounts in conjunction with Tai Tung Bakery. Why not come down to our store this weekend (8th and 9th September) to try a taste of the orient?

Moon Festival Fun!

Traditional Chinese Mooncake

The Moon Festival is one of the most important events in the Chinese calendar. Learn more about the folklore that surrounds this festival, and get some ideas on how to celebrate with friends and family at home!


Bristol Evening Post Letter 13-Jul-07

Wai Yee Hong Lion Dance

“Having attended the opening of the Chinese supermarket in Eastville at the weekend, we found the whole spectacle absolutely fantastic. The entertainment lasted for quite a few hours and was superb… “


Bristol Evening Post – 09-Jul-07

Bristol Evening Post - July 2007

Press cutting press about the opening day from 9 July 2007 Bristol Evening Post.

"Super opening: Dancers and a giant dragon helped mark the opening of a Chinese supermarket in Eastville yesterday…"

St Werburghs News, 9-Jul-07

Wai Yee Hong Grand Opening - Girl in costume

Wai Yee Hong, a family-run Chinese cash & carry and the largest supplier of oriental goods in the south west, celebrated the grand opening of their new centre at Eastgate Oriental Centre, near Eastville Market today.


Chinese New Year 2007

Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

Chinese New Year is the most eagerly awaited date on the Chinese calendar. The arrival of the New Year signifies a point at which all misgivings should be forgotten and the chance for a new beginning.