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  1. Chinese New Year - Year of the Pig 2019!

    Chinese New Year - Year of the Pig 2019!
    Chinese New Year - Year of the Pig 2019! Get ready to celebrate the Chinese New Year on the 5th February 2019! It's officially Year of the Pig! Who is buzzing for Year of the Pig? It's time to say goodbye to the Year of the Dog! So make sure you are ready to celebrate this spectacular event! Find out...
  2. Swanage Carnival 2017: Swanage goes global!

    Swanage Carnival 2017: Swanage goes global!
    For everyone that lives on the South coast of England, Swanage Carnival Procession is taking place on Sunday 30th July 2017! Swanage Carnival Procession - what's the theme this year? This year's theme is Swanage Goes Global! Decorate your float or come in costume to represent the national dress or features and characteristics of your favourite country! The fun begins before...
  3. Chinese New Year 2017

    Chinese New Year 2017
    Celebrate year of the Rooster with your friends and family! Saturday the 28th January is officially Chinese New Year. Yes - that means it's time to drag your Dragon decorations out and your Chinese Flags! 23 Chinese New Year 2017 - Year of the Rooster!! Are you looking to dress up for Chinese New Year? Well if so now you...
  4. Tetris The Movie?

    Tetris The Movie?
    Now everybody knows the classic arcade game of Tetris. It was a huge hit in the 80’s thanks to Gameboy. Well now they are turning it into a silver screen movie!... No, we’re not quite sure why either! Tetris Movie Initially announced last year, the project has now amassed an $80 million budget! It will be a China-U.S co-produced movie...
  5. Chinese New Year 2016!

    Chinese New Year 2016!
    Chinese New Year is the biggest of all Chinese festivals and a public holiday in many parts of the world where there are Chinese communities. Celebrations often last for 15 days, but traditionally they would begin on the 23rd day of the 12th lunar month and end on the 15th of the first lunar month. Modern society makes it much harder to hold...
  6. Chinese New Year 2015

    Chinese New Year 2015
    Here in the UK our year is already off to a flying start, but for the Chinese, their New Year is just about to begin! Chinese New Year is the biggest of all Chinese festivals and a public holiday in many parts of the world where there are Chinese communities. Celebrations often last for 15 days, but traditionally they would...

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