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Celebrate Chinese New Year in style at a celebration gala evening in Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall this month.
The Lycamobile Chinese New Year Gala – a spectacular extravaganza to celebrate Chinese New Year and the Lantern Festival is free to attend and takes place on Wednesday, 27 February from 7.30pm.
Featuring performances, drama and entertainment, the event, which is sponsored by Boodles and organised by the Liverpool Chinese Students and Scholars Association (LCSSA) will offer an insight into traditional and modern cultures in China and some Asia countries.
Performances will include traditional dragon dances, Malaysian Chinese 24 festival drums and modern dance and instrument performances.
Year of the Snake
The Lycamobile Chinese New Year Gala 2013 – 2013 Year of Snake is the Association’s pre-eminent social, networking and cultural event of the year. It has been organised with support from Liverpool Guild of Students, the University’s Philanthropy and Alumni Relations team, and local businesses.
The event is part of the University of Liverpool’s 360 Degrees Festival that celebrates the institutions status as one of the most international institutions in the world.
To book, contact Rongyan Chen by emailing email@example.com or calling 07757 444 567.
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