Chinanews.com, January 1. According to Australia's new fast network, traditional Chinese drums, dance performances in the shape of the horse, dances of street dancers, folk art performances, various food stalls, children's entertainment games, and exquisite handicrafts ...Belmore Park in the heart of Sydney was very lively on the evening of January 29. The 1th Sydney Chinese New Year celebrations officially kicked off here, and more than 24 events followed with unprecedented grandeur, bringing countless surprises to citizens and tourists.
Sydney Mayor Clover Moore, Consul General Li Huaxin of the Chinese Consulate General in Sydney, NSW Member Charles Casuscelli, Sydney Chinese New Year Celebration Chinese Advisory Committee Chairman Guo Yaowen City Councillor, NSW Senator He Shen Huixia and others attended At the opening ceremony, the lion waking up for the Qiaoqing Society was crowned with a donation, and then Australian and Chinese artists performed a wonderful performance, which attracted warm applause.
The entire celebration started on January 1 and will end on February 24. The City of Sydney has arranged more than 2 exciting events. It is expected that more than 9 spectators from Sydney, Australia and overseas will gather together to say goodbye to the old and welcome the new. This year's celebrations will once again launch lantern parade, golden dragon dance, dragon boat competition and other activities, in addition to film festivals and contemporary art exhibitions.
Source: China News Network