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Wai Yee Hong, Chinese New Year 2016

Chinese New Year Dancers

Despite forecasts of gale force winds and heavy rain, hundreds of visitors came out to enjoy the festivities to welcome in the Year of the Monkey. Thanks to everyone who braved the horrible weather to be with us.

 

FoodLover Magazine – Jan 2016

Food Lover Magazine January 2016

If you picked up a copy of FoodLover Magazine recently, you may have seen our piece on Chinese New Year traditions and the important of different types of foods at this time of year.

Chinese New Year 2016, Bristol

Chinese New Year celebrations

Bristol’s best Chinese New Year celebrations start at 11.30am, on Saturday 6th February 2016, when we welcome the energetic and mischievous Year of the Monkey at Wai Yee Hong!

 

Chinese Zodiac – Year of the Monkey

Year of the Monkey

Those born under the Monkey sign are said to be intelligent and creative. Their wisdom and charisma means that they often make good leaders, but they can also be egotistical and snobby.

#ILoveCNY Competition Winners

ILoveCNY prizes

Thank-you to all of you who entered our #ILoveCNY competition. We really enjoyed looking through your pictures and seeing what Chinese New Year meant to you all.

 

Yusheng – Chinese New Year

Yusheng for Chinese New Year

Yusheng is a raw fish salad comprising of shredded vegetables, fruit, various condiments and strips of raw fish. The dish has been popularised as a cultural activity to celebrate Chinese New Year in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.

Jamie Magazine Feb 2015

Jamie Magazine February 2015

We are delighted to be included in Jamie Magazine as a site worth looking at for Oriental supplies. WaiYeeHong.com was listed alongside Yang Sing restaurant, and School of Wok cookery school.

 

OCA Chinese New Year Gala 2015

OCA Chinese New Year 2015

Wai Yee Hong was a proud sponsor of the Overseas Chinese Association Chinese New Year charity gala. All monies raised go towards providing services for the local Chinese community.

Wai Yee Hong, Chinese New Year 2015

Chinese New Year celebrations

Thank-you to the many hundreds of visitors who came out to celebrate Chinese New Year with us on 21st Feb 2015! This year, we welcomed the Year of the Sheep

 

Lion-Awakening Ritual (點睛)

Incense Sticks

When you have a brand new lion dance costume, before their first performance, they must be awakened. A lion-awakening ritual is required! Offerings for the Sky God must be laid out!