Lunar New Year

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Monday, February 08, 2021 to Friday, February 26, 2021
All Day Event
Online

The City of Brampton’s Lunar New Year Celebration will look different due to COVID-19. To protect the health, s​afety and wellbeing of the community, all will take place virtually, online, right here!​ 

Lunar New Year virtual event will be live from Monday, February 8 to Friday, February 26 with a message from Mayor Patrick Brown and others in the community, traditional performances, activities and will showcase a list of restaurants cooking up Asian cuisine for curb-side pick-up and delivery. 

Order in for Lunar New Year throughout Febru​ary and support local! All participating businesses will be available on our Restaurant Listing. ​​​

Activities

Dragon Dance

Dragon Dance

View Dragon Dance​ courtesy of The Oakville Chinese Network
Face Change - Chinese Opera

Face Change - Chinese Opera

View Face Changing Video​ courtesy of The Oakville Chinese Network
Feng Shui

Feng Shui

Feng Shui ​or “Wind Water” tips for Good Fortune Lunar New Year 2021. Welcome good luck this year with local Feng Shui designer Thierry Chow's tips on attracting Year of the Ox blessings.
Lunar New Year 2021 Traditional Activities

Lunar New Year 2021 Traditional Activities

MCAO Choir: Autumn Cicada

MCAO Choir: Autumn Cicada

Autumn Cicada​ is a 4 parts soprano, alto, tenor and bass or SATB arrangement creating a beautifully melodic and harmonious piece. Originally a popular folk song from Taiwan. Cour​tesy of the Mississauga Chinese Arts Organization.
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MCAO Dancers Classical Tong Dance: Gathering Reeds

MCAO Dancers Classical Tong Dance: Gathering Reeds

Gathering Reeds Lyrics of the song in this dance describe seeing loved ones off in spring by the brook under swaying willow branches and awaiting return of loved ones in the twirling and swirling snow. This is a Classical Chinese dance of the Han and Tong dynasty. The characteristic of the dance is the graceful throwing of long sleeves and the bending side way moves. Courtesy of the Mississauga Chinese Arts Organization.
MCAO Taichi: Short Staff

MCAO Taichi: Short Staff

Taichi Short Staff is an excellent Kung Fu training exercise as it forces the body to work together and stay connected when striking. It has a variety of moves, e.g. hack, sweep, strike and block. The length of this wooden staff is about 1.2 meters. Courtesy of the Mississauga Chinese Arts Organization.
Year of the Ox

Traditional Greetings for Lunar New Year

Get off to a flying start in the Year of the Ox with Derek Mackesy's Cantonese greetings ​to attract good health, fortune and prosperity in 2021.

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​Contact​

Festival and Events Office
2 Wellington St W, Brampton​
905.874.2000

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