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Chinese New Year 2014

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Chinese New Year 2014

  • Date: 01 - Feb - 2014
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HCNY-LOGO‘Happy Chinese New Year’, a world well acclaimed Chinese official event brand with more than a thousand Chinese performers direct from China. Since 2010, Happy Chinese New Year participate one of the biggest celebrations of the Lunar New Year throughout the world. The festival is a celebration of city’s diversity, uniting people from all cultures to share the beginning of a New Year, start afresh and leave behind regrets from the previous year.

In 2014, thousands of performers celebrate Year of Horse through various events in Sydney this February. This year, talents from over 10 cities in China will bring acrobatics, magic, martial arts, Chinese folk music and Chinese Ethnic dances to offering a feast of fun for Australia audiences. From 24 January-9th February, a range of renowned arts and culture festival offered in Sydney and Canberra. From annual favourites like Twilight Parade and Chinese New Year Markets, to exciting new addition like ‘Lotus Wonderland’ acrobatic show and Chinese New Year Concert.

Proudly partnered with the Chinese Ministry of Culture, Sydney Council and other councils, ‘Happy Chinese New Year’ is the only brand bringing talents from Mainland China and it certainly is a major highlight during Spring Festival celebration in Sydney.

Happy Chinese New Year is offering 9 events to showcase the most amazing Chinese cultural and traditions. Over thousand of performers direct from China will visit Australia to celebrate the Chinese New Year during February 2014. They will bring acrobatics, magic, martial arts, music and dance to Australia’s audiences. More than 400 Chinese talents will participate in the City of Sydney’s Twilight Parade and three renowned performing delegates will premiere two spectacular performances including the Lotus Wonderland brought by Hunan Acrobatic Theater and Silk Road in Concert brought by Shaanxi Folk Music Orchestra.

For more information, please visit: www.happychinesenewyear.com.au