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  • Chinese New Year flavours at Messina
    Celebrate Chinese New Year at Messina. Enjoy Mango Pancake (mango sherbet gelato with vanilla cream and pancake crunch) and Combination Culmination (peanut and coconut gelato with sweet and sour pinea …
  • Chinese New Year: Hurricane’s
    Celebrate Chinese New Year with 3 delicious pork specials. Choose between pork ribs $48, pork knuckle $40 and pork belly $25. Contact the organiser for more details. …
  • Ruth Law: A Balanced View
    Framed works of still life and landscapes in gouache and French ink on handmade rice paper. In the display windows at the front of the Downing Centre on Liverpool Street. View 24/7. Lights on in the w …
  • Gelatissimo CNY pop-up
    To celebrate Chinese New Year, Gelatissimo has introduced a brand-new flavour, Fortune and Fullness. It’s a limited-edition flavour inspired by popular and traditional Chinese New Year ingredients sym …
  • 78ers stall at Mardi Gras Fair Day
    Come and visit the 78ers stall at Fair Day. Learn about the history of the first Mardi Gras and the social and political issues of the time. 78ers will be on duty throughout the day to answer your que …

Sydney City – Media

  • Sydney’s rainbow flag celebrates 40 years of pride
    The colours of the rainbow are proudly flying over Sydney Town Hall as the city gets set to mark the 40th anniversary of our world-renowned Mardi Gras festival. Lord Mayor Clover Moore today led an of …
  • A story of loyalty inspires new art lantern
    A heartbreaking story of a loyal companion is the inspiration behind the magnificent Dog lantern that will sit next to the Sydney Opera House for the 2018 Chinese New Year Festival. The new animated D …
  • New Year brings ancient China to modern Sydney
    Mastering the art of Chinese dance means racking up thousands of air miles for Cynthia Xin, who frequently visits China to train for the Sydney Chinese New Year Festival. Locals can enjoy Ms Xin’s ele …
  • Guided tours take the lead for Year of the Dog celebrations
    Taking a guided tour of the Chinese New Year Lunar Lanterns will be another milestone for Ian Florek, a man who’s had seven guide dogs in his life and was born in the Year of the Dog. Blind since birt …
  • Kids bring Jasmine Flower to life for CNY
    Thirty-five young Sydneysiders will wow audiences with a white and green flower dance combining contemporary movement and classical ballet as part of Sydney’s Lunar New Year celebrations. Jasmine Flow …

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