Chinese New Year 2023 is a Year of the Rabbit, more specifically, Water Rabbit, starting from January 22nd, 2023, and lasting until February 9th, 2024. Take a look at some events happening in Belfast during this celebration.

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Chinese New Year Celebration with Chef Suzie Lee

Cookery School at Waterman House | Sat, 21 Jan 2023

Join Waterman House for a Chinese New Year celebration with chef Suzie Lee. During a lunchtime cookery demonstration, Suzie will showcase exciting dishes from her latest book “Simply Chinese”.

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Chinese New Year Celebration 2023

Ulster Hall, Belfast | Sun, 22 Jan 2023

Visit the iconic Ulster Hall and share in the spirit of the festivities as the city prepares to welcome another year. Come to enjoy a day full of fun and joy, rich in colours and culture. With over 12 global dances and music not to be missed!

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Chinese Brushes in Belfast and Beyond

Ulster Museum, Belfast | Sun, 29 Jan 2023

As we enter the Year of the Rabbit, the ArtEast Club would like to present an inclusive exhibition in collaboration with the Ulster Museum, continuing with an online exhibition facilitated by The Language Centre at Queen’s. This event will feature a display of paintings by the ArtEast NI Club members, a talk and panel discussion with the artists discussing their themes, styles, and techniques, and an interactive workshop to encourage hands-on practice (e.g. painting, calligraphy, paper artefacts) under the guidance of the artists.

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