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Chinese Community Association of Tasmania Chinese New Year Festival

Chinese Community Association of Tasmania Chinese New Year Festival

CCAT Tasmania presents Lunar New Year Year of the Rat
Date: Monday 27 January 2020
Time: 10.00am till 4.00pm
Location: Parliament House Lawns
Hobart

Unfortunately due to the current Covid 19 pandemic, there will not be Lunar New Year Festival this year 2021, to celebrate the Year of the Ox.

We wish everyone a safe, and prosperous Lunar New Year and look forward to celebrating the 2022 Lunar New Year with you.
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Wishing you all a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year. Looking forward to next year's celebration.

That's very sad to hear, we love going to the festival. Happy New Year.

Gong xi fa cai!

那今年春节还有什么庆祝活动呢?

Happy New Year of the Metal Ox

So sad 😞

Terry Yan 😢

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Jow Ga Tasmania Wushu ending the day chillin and letting loose ... See MoreSee Less

The Wu Shu Fan Routine was a Crowd Pleaser. Thank you Jow Ga Tasmania Martial Art Academy ... See MoreSee Less

ABC News covering the Lunar New Year 2020 CCAT Tasmania Festival ... See MoreSee Less

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CCAT Festival joining the Tiger Track Stamp Family ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to all the stall holders for entertaining the Children. ... See MoreSee Less

Certain dishes are eaten during the Chinese New Year for their symbolic meaning. Lucky food is served during the 16-day festival season, especially on Chinese New Year dinner on New Year's Eve, which is believed to bring good luck for the coming year.

The auspicious symbolism of these traditional Chinese New Year foods is based on their pronunciations or appearance. Not only do the dishes themselves matter, but also the preparation, and ways of serving and eating mean a lot.

The most common Chinese New Year foods include dumplings, fish, spring rolls, and niangao.
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Chinese Community Association of Tasmania Chinese New Year Festival

Thank you for sharing your work with not only us but the world.

"Being an artist is often a vulnerable path. You make something so deeply personal and then present it to the world with an open heart. Not everyone is so fearless."
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Chinese Community Association of Tasmania Chinese New Year Festival

For everything you have done for us in the past, everything you still do and will continue to do, we at CCAT just want you to know how thankful we are, and we look forward to a prosperous future together. ... See MoreSee Less

This report from ABC News about 2020 lunar new year festival ... See MoreSee Less

This news report from 7 Tasmania about the 2020 Lunar New Year Festival ... See MoreSee Less

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