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Sydneysiders will gather on Gadigal land in Victoria Park on Saturday 26 January to acknowledge and celebrate the survival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and cultures, with an exciting program of music, dance, art and discussion.
Ancient Chinese civilisations will come to life in a whirl of colour and pageantry when a visiting delegation of performers showcases traditional Chinese culture and arts at next month's Sydney Lunar Festival.
More than 1.4 million people are expected to welcome the Year of the Pig during the City of Sydney's Lunar New Year celebrations next month.
The City of Sydney has welcomed a prestigious new tenant to its creative hub in Darlinghurst with the Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) moving to a new gallery space on Foley Street.
Local and international artists are invited to submit their ideas as part of the City of Sydney's year-round creative arts program that hosts artworks in public spaces.
Singers, dancers, street performers and even a group of ‘roving pigs’ from Sydney's many cultural communities will feature in the biggest celebration of the Lunar New Year outside Asia
The City of Sydney will partner with one of Australia's largest volunteer-based community organisations to help raise funds and awareness of water safety in New South Wales.
悉尼市政府农历节庆典（Sydney Lunar Festival）将与澳大利亚大型志愿者公益机构携手，为新南威尔士州普及大众水上安全意识。
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