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Celebrating the 2020 Chinese Lantern Festival in Hong Kong

The Chinese Lantern Festival or Spring Lantern Festival in Hong Kong is celebrated on the 15th day of the Lunar New Year. This year will be on February 8, 2020. Festivities include a magnificent Lantern Exhibition and the annual Lantern Carnival with many cultural events and performances including ethnic dances, acrobatics, folk craft demonstrations and more.

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February 2020 Hong Kong Festivals and Events

The Chinese New Year celebrations are in full swing in Hong Kong and will wrap up this February 2020 with the traditional Lantern Festival. Watch out for dancing lions, parading dragons which are still making the rounds to welcome the Year of the Rat. Here are the top Hong Kong events for February 2020.

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Happy Chinese New Year!

Happy Chinese New Year

May the Year of the Rat bring you peace and balance and may you all have a safe, healthy and prosperous Spring Festival.

THANK YOU for all your past, present and future support!

Gong Hey Fat Choy!

Hong Kong Chinese New Year Celebrations 2020

Hong Kong Chinese New Year Celebrations are some of the city's landmark events, including the Lion and Dragon Dances, and the signature Chinese New Year Firework extravaganza. In 2020 however, the Parade has been cancelled but will be replaced by a 4-day Carnival in West Kowloon. 2020 welcomes the Year of the Rat! Here's what's happening and when!

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Hong Kong Chinese New Year Carnival 2020 - CANCELLED

The Hong Kong Chinese New Year Carnival to celebrate the upcoming Year of the Rat to take place from the 25th to the 28th of January at the Art Park of the West Kowloon Cultural District has been cancelled in an effort to contain the outbreak of the coronavirus.

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Hong Kong Chinese New Year Fireworks 2020! - Cancelled

The annual Hong Kong Chinese New Year Fireworksscheduled for January 26, 2020 have been cancelled amid safety concerns. The extravaganza has been an essential part of the celebrations when the New Year is greeted with an extraordinary production which can be seen from both sides of the Harbour.

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Hong Kong Chinese New Year Lion Dance

Hong Kong Chinese New Year Lion Dance performances and Dragon Parades take place just about everywhere, from businesses and office buildings, shopping centers to restaurants and hotels, even at the markets, chances are, you will be able to catch one at some point or another after New Year's Day. They are incredible acrobatic performances and in Chinese Culture it is believed to scare away the bad spirits and bring in the good luck in the coming year. Here's when and where to catch a performance in Hong Kong this Year of The Pig...

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Hong Kong Chinese New Year Flower Markets

Hong Kong Flower Markets are buzzing with a frenzy of activity in anticipation of Chinese New Year, during the weeks leading to this most loved event, one of the most popular ones in Victoria Park, will be packed as households prepare decorations as well as gifts for their loved ones. Lunar New Year Flower Markets kick off a week before New Year's Day which this year falls on January 25, 2020

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