Tag Archives: 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.

 

Evening Post – January 2012

Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

‘TWO lions awoke from their slumber to welcome in Chinese New Year’ and the Evening Post came to see what all the fuss was about! We were more than happy to show them how to celebrate Chinese New Year in style!

Welcoming the Year of the Dragon, 2012

Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

What a fantastic start to the New Year! Thank-you to all of you who came out to celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Dragon with us! If you missed it, read more to see our gallery and videos!

 

ITV Chinese New Year 2012

ITV Westcountry logo

ITV came to Wai Yee Hong to film our Chinese New Year celebrations. Our annual celebrations include live fire crackers, kung fu performances and traditional lion dances.

Chinese New Year 2012, Bristol

Year of the Dragon

Gong Hei Fat Choi! This year, we will celebrate the arrival of the year of the dragon! Everyone is welcome to join us at 11.15am on Sunday, 22nd January, when there will be traditional firecrackers and lion dance performances.

 

Chinese New Year 2011, WYH Bristol

Cute Baby Rabbit

Come and celebrate Chinese New Year with us! Gong Hei Fat Choi! May the year of the Rabbit bring you and your family happiness and prosperity! The fun starts at 11.15am on Sunday, 13th February, when there will be traditional firecrackers and lion dance performances.

 

OCA Chinese New Year 2011

Cute Lion Dance

It’s that time of year again! The Bristol Overseas Chinese Association 2011 Chinese New Year Banquet will be on Sunday 6th February at the Thistle Grand Hotel, Bristol. Wai Yee Hong will once again be proudly sponsoring this event.

Festival Food – Chinese New Year

Click to see Assorted Candied Fruit Box in our online shop

Chinese New Year is one of the biggest events in the Chinese calendar. Learn about some of the many dishes and snacks that will bring good fortune for the coming year.

 

Grrreat start to the Year of the Tiger!

Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

Thank-you to everyone who braved the cold and came out to celebrate Chinese New Year with us at the weekend! The Year of the Tiger was welcomed by another big cat in the form of a traditional Chinese Lion Dance, accompanied by live firecrackers.