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Perth Chinese New Year Fair

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The Chung Wah Association always put on a festival for Chinese New Year and this year will be no exception. It's the Year of the Pig and celebrations will be huge for this event.

The 2019 Perth Chinese New Year Fair comes to Northbridge on Sunday 10 February, noon to 9.00 pm. This multicultural extravaganza includes a parade, stalls, cultural activities, lion and dragon dancing, multicultural concert, games and rides. Cultural performances will dazzle throughout the day on James and Lake Streets and in Chinatown on Roe Street.



This will be one of the biggest celebrations for the Chinese Community and indeed for the Chinese New Year, so make sure you come down and be part of the festivities. You will be able to watch the great dragon dance and other performances!



PROGRAM
The program will be as follows:

From 12 noon till 9.00 pm
JAMES STREET AND ENDING IN WILLIAM STREET
12 noon
Multicultural parade starting in James Street. This will feature the WA Police Band, cultural groups and Chinese Community centre lion dance

2.00 pm
Cooking demonstration with special guest Brendan Pang - Masterchef contestant

3.00 pm
Chung Wah Lion Dance Troupe

4.00 pm
Lion dance by Jimmy Tsui's King Fu School

5.00 pm
Dragon dance by Pak Mei Yaolin Kung Fu Association



CHINATOWN
1.30 pm
Lion dance and martial arts by Yarn Yee Tong and Choy Lee Fut

2.00 pm to 4.00 pm
Cultural performances and games by Chung Way Chinese schools

JAMES STREET BETWEEN WILLIAM STREET AND MOUNTAIN TERRACE
12 noon to 5.00 pm
Chinese cultural demonstrations and Chinese New Year giveaways

NORTHBRIDGE PIAZZA
12 noon to 5.00 pm
Rides, games and competitions at Northbridge Piazza and Lake Street

7.00 pm - 9.00 pm
Chung Wah dance
Official opening ceremony
Marta Belly Dance
Chung Wah Association Lion and Dragon Dance Troupe
Julie Yeh, Yann Kee and Chung Wah orchestra and the Chung Wah Dancers
Keszkeno Hungarian folk dance troupe
Ella Yang, Marlin Ma, Monique Fitzgerald and Chung Wah dancers
Ukranian Cossack dancers
Anna Bullard and Obethur primary school Chinese dancers
Selendang Sutra dance troupe
Chung Wah choir directed by Zhou Yongjun

This is a huge program and one that you will not want to miss! This is staged annually by the Chung Wah Association and includes their own W.A Chung Wah Lion and Dragon Dance Troupe.



The Chung Wah Association is a service that looks after the interests and welfare of the Chinese community in Western Australia. They promote their culture and deal with any social issues that affect the community. They also provide valuable services to the community such as community and aged care, Mandarin Chinese school, cultural performance, and venue hire.

The Chung Wah Community and Aged Care (CAC) is a not-for-profit organisation under the Chung Wah Association and is dedicated to improving the life quality of individuals from a non-English speaking background in Western Australia. They receive some funding from both Commonwealth and State government and have been giving this service since 1984.

CHUNG WAH NEW YEAR BALL
There will also be a new year ball held on Saturday, 16th February 2019 at 6.30 pm. This will be held at the Pan Pacific Hotel, 207 Adelaide Terrace, Perth.

The cost is $98 and you can find out more and request tickets from this site.






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Why? For a Chinese New Year Fair
When: 10th February 2019
Where: Northbridge, WA
Cost: FREE
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