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Chinese New Year's Day Events in Perth

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Lion Dance, Asian food and Celebration
If you haven't enjoyed New Year's Day enough, here is another chance for you to celebrate it. According to the lunar calendar, this Thursday, 19th of FEB 2015 is Chinese New Year's Day, and there are many events such as lion dances, concerts and kid's fun stuff at various locations in Perth.
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Chinatown, Northbridge

2015 Chinese new years day
2015 Chinese new years day

This well-known place is the site of many spectacular Chinese celebrations. The lions and dragons visit each year to chase bad luck away. This year, as a part of Fringe World Festival, you can also enjoy asian food stalls, free multicultural concerts, fun rides and more.

When: 22nd February 2015 12.00pm 9.00pm
Where: James Street, Chinatown, and Northbridge Piazza, Northbridge

Town of Victoria Park

Albany Hwy Lion Dance performances.

When: 20th February 2015, 5.30pm
Where: Sussex Street and Canterbury Terrace, East Victoria Park
When: 21st February 2015, 11.00am
Where: The Park Centre, 789 Albany Hwy, East Victoria Park
When: 26th February 2015, 5.30pm
Where: Harper street and Duncan street, Victoria Park
When: 27th February 2015, 5.30pm
Where: Sussex Street and Canterbury Terrace, East Victoria Park
When: 28th February 2015, 5.30pm
Where: Sussex Street and Canterbury Terrace, East Victoria Park
When: 5th March 2015, 5.30pm
Where: Harper street and Duncan street, Victoria Park

And also, you can enjoy the Lion Dance at local businesses, such as Old Cathay Chinese restaurant and Crown Perth.

Cambridge Forum

When: 21st February 2015, 6.00pm
Where: Cambridge Forum, 350 Cambridge Street, Wembley

Don't miss the powerful sprits of spectacular Lion Dance and be blessed for a fortunate and peaceful year.
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Why? Celebrating Chinese New Years Day
When: February
Where: Various locations in Perth
Cost: Free
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Hello Jojo, gong xi fa cai (learnt that in Hong Kong on our honeymoon 34 years ago and have never forgotten it). Thanks for a great article, makes me feel like I'm in Perth. Regards, Tony
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