Celebrate Chinese New Year 2016 in London!

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Millions of Asians ring in February the Year of the Sheep or the goat. The Chinese word “Yang” can mean both. The Chinese New Year, which is based on the lunar calendar, is China’s most important traditional event of the year.

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In mythology, the Zodiac signs the sheep or goat positive and negative characteristics are attributed. Goats are for rich harvests and prosperity, Sheep seem to be tame and trusting, but creative and unmotivated.

Chinese New Year in London is opened to all doors and windows let in the good fortune. Londoner and their guests can enjoy in the mid of February 2015, followed by the possibility of this tradition and to commit from 8th February in Central London in Trafalgar Square, Chinatown plus Shaftesbury Avenue

Varied stage program with music will be offered, as well as dance and drama battles. In addition, you will also see the vitality and enthusiasm of the people in the London.

Dragon dances, traditional music and fireworks

Artists of the London Conservatory present known pieces of music with traditional Chinese instruments. It lists dragon and lion dances, which may be missing in any Chinese New Year celebrations.

Laser show on the history of Chinese cuisine God

Conceived for the occasion laser show tells the story of the Chinese Kitchen God who is gifted by the children with sweets, so that he can the great Jade Emperor tell only good things, and which in turn ensures that the New Year for the families will be happy.

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