Chinese New Year celebrations began in Manchester yesterday – with the return of its spectacular Dragon Parade for the first
Manchester celebrated Chinese New Year last weekend with a range of events across the city. The city welcomed in the
There’s no case of wrong place, right time at Anglo-French restaurant Randall & Aubin despite strolling in for a meal on Chinese New Year weekend.
If you have not stuck to your New Year’s resolutions for 2020, don’t fret – as the Chinese New Year begins tomorrow, offering you a second chance at redemption.
February 5 will mark the beginning of the two-week celebration of the Spring Festival, more commonly known as Chinese New Year, with 2019 being the Year of the Pig.
Renowned UK artist Alex Rinsler, 36, Manchester has created a giant art piece Piglet that will take centre stage in St Ann’s Square.
The Lanterns of the Terracotta Warriors, which is in Exchange Square from today until Sunday, is a travelling art exhibition that features a collection of 40 brightly coloured, illuminated replicas of the famous Terracotta Army.
Spectacular celebrations lasting four days will welcome Chinese New Year, with big plans for Manchester set out by its Business Improvement District (BID).
Crowds descend upon Manchester’s Albert Square and Chinatown to be a part of the Chinese New Year celebrations.
Revellers are treated to a stunning display of light and fire as animation and art intertwined to kick off the Chinese New Year celebrations at Manchester’s St. Ann’s Square.
Manchester will stage one of the biggest Chinese New Year celebrations in Europe and start the ‘year of the ram’ with a bang this weekend.