Happy (Lunar) New YearFebruary 18, 2015
Kung Hei Fat Choi! The Lunar New Year is here again.
Celebrated by many people of Chinese origin and in Chinese communities around the globe, each lunar year is attributed to a sign of the zodiac. 2015 is the Year of the Goat.
Throughout China and around the world, celebrations with dragons, sea-lions, lanterns and firecrackers will celebrate the new year. Many businesses close for extended periods, and many employees visit families in China and take annual leave.
In the Chinatowns of major cities across the world, there will be activities in which the whole family can watch or participate.For details of activities in Hong Kong or Sydney, visit: www.discoverhongkong.com or www.sydneychinesenewyear.com.
In Hong Kong on Friday night, the Cathay Pacific sponsored Chinese New Year Night Parade will leave from the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza in Tsim Sha Tsui at 8:30 pm and travel along Canton, Haiphong, Nathan and Salisbury Roads in Tsim Sha Tsui. On Saturday night from 8:00 pm, a massive fireworks display will illuminate Victoria Harbour.
In Dawes Point, Sydney (under the southern approach to the Sydney Harbour Bridge), ranks of colourful lanterns modelled on China’s terracotta warriors will illuminate the evenings. On Sunday night, a traditional dragon will join a parade from Sydney Town Hall to Chinatown followed by fireworks at Cockle Bay Darling Harbour.
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To promote your brand in this challenging new year, contact Digital Tsunami today (or as soon as you return from the festivities)!
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