Chinese New Year—News
THE public will get a behind-the-scenes look at Chinese culture when the acclaimed Zhejiang University Wenqin Art Troupe performs at Penrhos College. (Southern Gazette, Wednesday, February 15, 2017)
(Office of Multicultural Interests Saturday, January 28, 2017)
The Premier of Western Australia, Colin Barnett, together with the Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Interests, Mike Nahan, have launched the biggest Chinese New Year celebrations in spectacular style at Elizabeth Quay.
Chinese New Year celebrations are in full swing around the world and young Ethan Foo is doing his family proud in Perth (West Australian Monday, January 30, 2017)
Perth's new museum is due to open in 2020 and staff have been scouring its collection of eight million objects to determine what will be displayed. (West Australian Saturday, January 28, 2017)
See inside for a detailed list of Chinese New Year events and a map of what's happening throughout the CBD. Love, health and wealth: what does the Year of the Rooster have in store for you? Strong cultural ties with mutual benefit: why WA and China's relationship is so important (West Australian Friday, January 27, 2017)
We love how multicultural Perth is. Not only because it means we get a nice variety of international cuisine right here in our back yard, but also because we get a taste of different cultural celebrations without having to get on a plane. And one of the biggest has to be Chinese New Year (The Urban List Wednesday, January 25, 2017)
Munching on street food as Chinese dragons dance down the street, watching the sunset and free live music at a beachside pop-up bar and walking transfixed through Kings Park at night as sound and light bring the trees to life. (West Australian Monday, January 23, 2017)
The Chinese zodiac series is displayed on a black background. The plates include traditional animal symbols with gold coloured highlights around the border of the plate. Chinese zodiac series plates are only available for motor vehicles in normal size and are not available for motorcycles or trailers.
The Beijing-based 19-year-old is in Perth on a cross-cultural exchange that will promote tourism and use the international language of fashion to help the two nations better understand each other. (West Australian Tuesday, December 13, 2016)
Lunar Calendar Series 2017 Year of the Rooster 1oz Silver Proof Four-Coin Set at The Perth Mint
Our State Budget 2016-17: Securing our economic future - Major funding boost to attract more WA events
As part of an expanded $1 million Chinese New Year package, a program aimed at bringing more young professionals and international students to WA from China and neighbouring countries will also be developed.