So many ways to celebrate Lunar New Year

So many ways to celebrate Lunar New Year

So many ways to celebrate Lunar New Year
City of Sydney 31 Jan 2017
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Age no barrier for Lunar New Year performers

Age no barrier for Lunar New Year performers

Age no barrier for Lunar New Year performers
City of Sydney 31 Jan 2017
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Spectrum of summer fun at Customs House

Spectrum of summer fun at Customs House

A multi-storey art installation, a theatrical magic show showcasing everyday Sydney life and a charismatic panel talk by LGBTI artists are among a range of events taking place at historic Customs Hous…
City of Sydney 30 Jan 2017
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Rickshaw ride to take you on a sweet food tour

Rickshaw ride to take you on a sweet food tour

Australian endurance mountain bike medal winner Sam Warmington pedals an impressive 17,000 km around inner-Sydney as a courier each year – the equivalent of cycling from Sydney to Perth and back again…
City of Sydney 30 Jan 2017
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在悉尼过大年

在悉尼过大年

今天晚上,悉尼正式拉开了中国农历新年贺岁盛事的帷幕,市政府为期17天的庆典活动也随之开始了。
City of Sydney 27 Jan 2017
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Bring your creativity to the heart of Sydney

Local and international creatives are invited to bring their biggest artistic ideas to Sydney as part of Art & About Sydney’s year-round creative arts program.
City of Sydney 27 Jan 2017
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Lunar New Year, Sydney style

Lunar New Year, Sydney style

Sydney officially welcomed the Year of the Rooster this evening, launching the City of Sydney’s 17-day Chinese New Year Festival in spectacular style.
City of Sydney 27 Jan 2017
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World record on the line at Dumpling Championships

World record on the line at Dumpling Championships

Most visitors to one of Din Tai Fung’s CBD eateries would be familiar with the urge to reach across the table for just one more dumpling, despite being well past the point of feeling full.
City of Sydney 25 Jan 2017
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Lunar eats set to satisfy Sydney

Lunar eats set to satisfy Sydney

Whether it’s the Year of the Rooster, Monkey, Dragon, or any of the 12 animals of the zodiac, there are three common elements at every Chinese New Year celebration: family, friends and food.
City of Sydney 24 Jan 2017
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