PAUL NG - PHILOSOPHER & GEOMANCERGet tickets for the upcoming Chinese New Year Celebration event at The Wharf Miami in Miami on February 2, 2019.Miami Dade College Kendall Campus hosts the annual Chinese New Year Festival on February 17th.Find more food and wine events in Saint Helena on LocalWineEvents.com.We will be at Chinese New Year Festival at Miami Dade College Kendall Campus this year.
Chinese New Year, known as the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival, is one of the most auspicious dates of the Chinese calendar.PK Oriental Market. 255 N.E. 167th St. Miami, FL 33162 (305) 654-9646.
What to Do in Miami February 2018 - Red South Beach HotelChinese New Year is the largest festival in the Asian community calendar which this year welcomes the Year of the Pig.
Passing down from one generation to the next, these traditions have evolved over time.Fun, friends, frolic and food, that is all new year celebrations is all about.Please celebrate the good time at the eve with a festive meal, on the evening of the Monday, February 4, 2019.The Chinese new year Festival celebrated since the 20th century.Kicking off at 9 p.m., the Year of the Dog festivities will include a performance of China.
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Other Names of Festival are Spring Festival and Lunar New Year.
Celebrate with family and friends as you enjoy a day filled with delicious food, cultural performances, spiritual activities, lion dances, parades, tai chi demonstrations, acrobatics, face painting, bounce houses, calligraphy, and more.Bid adieu to 2017 and celebrate the new year in true Miami fashion.
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Latest Lunar New Year Spring Festival China News from top China sources and national sources, including.The annual Lantern Festival is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunisolar year, and marks the final day of the Chinese New Year festivities.In 1958, the Chinese New Year Festival was becoming a popular annual event enjoyed by local San Franciscans and visitors from many parts of the country.