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Nottingham Confucius Institute and Lakeside Arts present

Chinese New Year Celebrations 2021

Thursday 11 February - Friday 26 February
Online Event

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Approximately 50 minutes (no interval)
Suitable for all

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Artists performing in Chinese New Year online celebration

We are excited to bring you a specially curated digital celebration to herald the arrival of the Year of the Ox – suitable for all the family. 

In addition to fabulous contributions from our sister campuses of traditional dance and tai chi from students and staff in China and an amazing drumming spectacular from Malaysia, we have invited talented regional and national artists to contribute to a rich programme. Look out for renowned guitarist Xuefei Yang, marvellous erhu player Ling Peng, the hugely talented Dans Chinese Dance family, cookery with Lan's Recipes, brush painting with Feng-Ru Lee and magical face changing with Shuai Zhao. 

We've thoroughly enjoyed crafting this celebratory online event with colleagues at Nottingham Confucius Institute. We hope that you'll love it as much as we do.

All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Nottingham Hospitals Charity’s (registered charity number is: No.1165397) ‘Help Your Hospital Appeal’.

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This event is organised by Lakeside Arts, the Nottingham Confucius Institute and University of Nottingham, in association with Asia Business Centre, Chinese Students and Scholars Association and the Nottingham Chinese School.
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