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Acrobats dressed as colourful lions will perform among the crowds at Sydney Chinese New Year celebrations this week, summoning luck and good fortune for the year ahead.
Sydney’s small business community will get the inside scoop on how to take advantage of emerging economic opportunities in China at a forum hosted by the City of Sydney at Sydney Town Hall today.
Dazzling contemporary and traditional performances will celebrate the Year of the Monkey as Sydney’s first-ever Lunar Lanterns community performances begin this week.
Sydneysiders can take a load off by dropping off unwanted hazardous and toxic chemicals at the City of Sydney’s free Chemical CleanOut tomorrow, Sunday 7 February.
The 20th Sydney Chinese New Year Festival will welcome the Year of the Monkey in magnificent style.
Artists are being urged to fire up their imaginations and think big to create new Sydney Chinese New Year lunar lantern designs for the upcoming Year of the Rooster.
Sydneysiders can take a load off by dropping off unwanted hazardous and toxic chemicals at the City of Sydney’s free Chemical CleanOut on Sunday 7 February.
The inspirational Australian Paralympic and Olympic teams will compete in this year’s games in Brazil with over $100,000 in funding and support from the City of Sydney.
Sydneysiders can swing into some of the city’s best Asian restaurants offering an array of set-price menus and specials to celebrate the Year of the Monkey.
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