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Bristol Evening Post 07-Feb-08

Traditional Lion Dance Costume

Allison Chow is interviewed for Bristol Evening Post about the arrival of the year of the rat and what foods are eaten during Chinese New Year.

 

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?

 

Chinese Health Foods

Click to see Goji products in our online shop

Western nutritionist are frequently turning east for tips on healthy eating. As we enter the new year, we review some of the potential health benefits of the well-publicised foods as well as introduce some foods that may be on the nutritionists’ radars in the future.

Water Sky Opening on Youtube Aug-07

Burbidge Family

Youtube video of the opening celebrations for Water Sky Chinese Restaurant sent in by the Burbidge family, who have been shopping at Wai Yee Hong for over 20 years.

 

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!

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?

 

Bristol Evening Post 21-Aug-07

Wai Yee Hong, Eastgate Oriental City

The Eastgate Oriental City complex, Wai Yee Hong and Water Sky are mentioned in an article about the growing Chinese community in Bristol. The piece includes an interview with Allan Tan, who discusses the visibility of Far Eastern people living and working in the south west and how he hopes that Eastgate Oriental City will be able to cater to their needs.