Happy Chinese New Year of the OX Spring Festival 2021 Perth Western Australia

Happy Chinese New Year of the OX Spring Festival 2021

Wishing you a happy and prosperous year of the Ox 2021. It is the Chinese New Year Eve, a time for a family reunion. To everyone celebrating and welcoming the Chinese Year of the Ox – Gong xi fa cai. Chinese New Year takes place on Friday 12 of February and lasting until the 31st of January, 2022. It will be a Metal Ox year., its precise date varying annually in accordance with the country’s lunar calendar. This Year is the Year of the Ox. Year of the Metal Ox, which symbolises diligence, honesty, reliability, stability, perseverance, power, stubbornness and excellence. Lanterns have traditionally been lit for hundreds of years to mark the Spring Festival, which celebrates the Chinese Lunar New Year.

The recent zodiac years of Ox sign are: 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021, 2033…An Ox year occurs every 12 years.

The Chinese New Year Spring Festival is the most important holiday in China, and hundreds of millions of people travel to celebrate it with their families, making it the world’s largest annual human migration.

Happy Chinese New Year of the OX Spring Festival 2021 in Perth Western Australia

The biggest Chinese New Year Celebration event is scheduled at 14th of February organised by the Chung Wah Association.
The Perth Chinese New Year Fair 2021 will be held on Sunday 14 February from 12 noon to 9 pm in Northbridge. This will be the 10th Fair since its inauguration in 2012.
A celebratory street carnival to welcome the lunar new year, Year of the OX. It will be a free community event open to the public to share the joy of the Chinese New Year while experiencing Chinese culture and customs, the event also embraces the cultural diversity of the Western Australia community as a whole.
The event will kick off with the lighting of firecrackers and Chung Wah Lion and Dragon Dance Troupe performing at WA Boola Bardip Museum and Perth Cultural Centre. The fair features significant Chinese Cultures through food and beverage, performing arts, sports, activities, games and community information sharing.

You will be able to Catch lion dance Chinese New Year Celebration, but due to Covid restrictions many Lion Dance and Dragon Dance clubs rescheduled their performances – celebration at restaurants from 14th of February 2021.
You Can Follow Facebook pages for performance schedules across the Perth:

  • 西澳中華會館龍獅圑 W.A Chung Wah Lion And Dragon Dance Troupe
  • Chow Kwoon Yarn Yee Tong Kung Fu Academy Lion Dance
  • Yaolin Kung Fu Association 白眉吳舘友聯龍獅團
  • Chinese Community Centre Lion Dance Troupe WA 西澳華人公會
  • and many others. Happy Chinese New year of the Ox enjoy the celebrations.

    One of the biggest Chinese New Year celebrations with Fireworks at Gloucester park scheduled for the 19th of February has been cancelled.
    Due to the introduction of the COVID-19 lockdown in Perth and the unpredictable evolving nature of the situation Gloucester Park has made the decision to cancel the Chinese New Year Fireworks Night on Friday 19th February

    Previous year celebration Year of the Rat playlist

    Chinese New Year is celebrated not just in China but overseas in Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia and the Philippines. Of course, celebrated in Perth Australia as well as in Chinese communities across the world, custom sees every year characterized by one of the 12 spirit animals of the Chinese zodiac.

    On Chinese New Year’s Eve, families hold traditional dinners and watch CNY celebration. Children receive red envelopes filled with money to encourage good fortune and good luck. I got a few too 🙂

    Having an honest nature, Oxes are known for diligence, dependability, strength and determination. These reflect traditional conservative characteristics.

    Personalities born in the year of the Ox

    Women Oxes are traditional, faithful wives, who attach great importance to their children’s education.

    For male oxes, they are strongly patriotic, have ideals and ambitions for life, and attach importance to family and work.

    Having great patience and a desire to make progress, Oxes can achieve their goals by consistent effort. They are not much influenced by others or the environment but persist in doing things according to their ideas and capabilities.

    Before taking any action, Oxes will have a definite plan with detailed steps, to which they apply their strong faith and physical strength. As a result, people of the Ox zodiac sign often enjoy great success.

    Good Health for people born in the year of Ox
    Oxes are strong and robust; they can enjoy a fairly healthy and long life, fulfilled lives, and little illness.

    Because of hard work with a stubborn personality, they often spend too much time in their work, rarely allowing themselves enough time to relax, and tend to forget meals, which make them have intestinal problems. So enough rest and a regular diet are needed for Oxes to work efficiently.

    How is Chinese New Year Celebrated?

    The festivities begin with a thorough house cleaning, a symbolic ritual intended to sweep away the accumulated dust and detritus of the past year from the home. Doing so allows the occupant to begin the new calendar with a clean slate.

    Red paper lanterns and banners bearing poetic inscriptions are hung as decorations, the colour believed to bring good luck and prosperity.

    Chinese new year celebration spring festivals such as Lion Dance Blessing, Entertainment, music, fireworks and much more. Mainly family reunion dinner on New Year Eve includes poultry, pork and fish dishes, spring rolls, noodles and vegetable taro cakes.

    This year is in Chinese zodiac year of the Pig. The fortune-tellers warn of an economic slowdown, unrest and disasters. Year of the Pig is usually a bad year, but I hope it will be a better year for everybody 🙂

    Happy New Year everybody I wish you Good fortune, wealth, happiness and good luck.

    Chinese New Year is associated with several myths and customs. The festival was traditionally a time to honour deities as well as ancestors. Within China, regional customs and traditions concerning the celebration of the New Year vary widely, and the evening preceding Chinese New Year’s Day is frequently regarded as an occasion for Chinese families to gather for the annual reunion dinner. It is also traditional for every family to thoroughly clean their house, in order to sweep away any ill-fortune and to make way for incoming good luck. Another custom is the decoration of windows and doors with red paper-cuts and couplets.

    Happy Chinese New Year of the OX Spring Festival 2021

    Chinese New Year Celebration

    Popular themes among these paper-cuts and couplets include that of good fortune or happiness, wealth, and longevity. Other activities include lighting firecrackers and giving money in red paper envelopes. For the northern regions of China, dumplings are featured prominently in meals celebrating the festival. It often serves as the first meal of the year either at midnight or as breakfast on the first day.

    Lion Dance drumming during Chinese New Year

    Chinese New Years Fireworks Firecrackers

    Firecrackers and fireworks are set off at the stroke of midnight to scare away evil spirits and celebrate the coming of the new year. People set off firecrackers and fireworks to ward off misfortune and bring good luck. The Lantern Festival It marks the end of the celebration of the Chinese New Year.

    Chinese New Year Story Legend of Monster Nian

    Chinese New Year known as Spring Festival is the oldest traditional festival in China, but a few people concern the origin and story behind the holiday. Many existing customs and activities of the festival actually can be traced back to a popular story of the Monster Nian, which helps to explain why and how the festival is celebrated.

    Chinese New Year Story According to the ancient Chinese legend, in ancient time, there was a ferocious monster named “Nian” with sharp teeth and horns. Secluding itself in the dark sea for a long time, the beast would go onshore by the end of the lunar year and hunt people and livestock. Therefore, every time before the New Year’s Eve, all the villagers would escape to remote mountains to avoid Nian’s attack.

    鼠年本命年-舞狮-恭喜发财! 鼠年春节快乐!祝你新的一年万事如意!

    Happy Chinese New Year of the OX Spring Festival 2021 Perth Western Australia

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