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Chinese New Year Celebrations

South Parade, Nottingham, NG1 2LH
Chinese New Year Celebrations


Saturday 10 February 10:30-17:30, Old Market Square

This is a free event

3rd Shanghong Nottingham Chinese New Year Temple Fair and Hemudu (Ningbo) Cultural Photograhy Exhibition

Nottingham City Council and partners invite you to the Old Market Square to celebrate 2018 - Chinese year of the dog.

See and participate in activities which regularly feature as part of China’s New Year celebrations. There will be arts and crafts including calligraphy and paper cutting; storytelling, music and dance including the Chinese Dragon dance. Also, ample opportunities to try out some authentic Chinese New Year foods!

Celebrations also include a photography exhibition, which is a great opportunity to explore Hemudu, an ancient town with over 7,000 years of history, in Ningbo. 96 photos will tell you the story of its fascinating and unique landscape, culture, heritage and development.

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