On 19th June, we joined an exclusive group of food-lovers for the launch party of Grazing Asia, a unique new Pan Asian supper club in London. The launch party was held at Jamies Oliver’s Fifteen as a charity event to raise funds for Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Foundation.
The arrival of a baby is a joyful event that is marked in Chinese culture by a number of different customs and rituals. Read on to learn more about how Chinese families celebrate births and some of the traditions that are still followed today.
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.
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.
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.
Gong Hei Fat Choi! May the year of the Tiger bring you and your family happiness and prosperity! Come down and celebrate the arrival of the Chinese Year of the Tiger from 10am on Sunday, 21st February, when there will be traditional firecrackers and lion dance performances.
Chinese New Year is on the 14th February this year! The day on which Chinese New Year falls in the Gregorian calendar changes every year because the Chinese calendar follows the lunar cycle and every once in a while, the lunar calendar gets a ‘leap month’!.