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Sydney Lunar Festival curator Valerie Khoo says the tasty dishes to welcome good fortune, dynamic dragon boat races and stunning Lunar Lanterns are her top picks for Year of the Pig celebrations.
A business bootcamp challenge will kick off a new Retail Innovation Program to help traditional retailers get a foothold in the fast moving digital economy.
Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore today announced that the City of Sydney has been selected to host a major international climate conference in 2020.
A pink and red Sydney Harbour Bridge and a giant pig lantern today launched the start of Sydney Lunar Festival – the largest celebration of Lunar New Year outside of Asia.
今天，亚洲以外规模最大的贺岁庆典活动 -- 悉尼农历节（Sydney Lunar Festival）在悉尼大桥喜庆的中国红和猪年贺岁的靓粉彩光映衬下，正式拉开了帷幕。
Lunar New Year is the busiest period for restaurants in Sydney’s Chinatown, Thai Town and Koreatown – where pork will be the centrepiece at many Year of the Pig celebrations.
Sun, sea, sand and safety in the surf - that's what everyone imagines when we think of lifesavers. But for William Chan, the role of lifesaver has much more meaning this Lunar New Year.
Sydney is making a bid to break the world record for the most people eating dumplings in one location at the same time.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore today launched Sydney's biggest ever celebrations to mark the Lunar New Year with a line-up of exciting events for everyone.
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