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Lunar New Year Bazaar

  • Things to do, Cultural centers

Time Out says

Flushing Town Hall is celebrating the Year of the Ox with its annual Chinese Temple Bazaar with a feast of Lunar New Year celebrations, including a traditional folk dance by the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company; “Hao Bang Ah, New Year!”, a new Chinese hand puppet performance by Chinese Theatre Works; a paper-cutting demonstration by Hongyi He and Ling Tang; a Chinese comic crosstalk episode; "A Guide of New York Love", by Shuimu Xiangsheng; and, a fish-drawing demonstration by Arthur Liu of the Queens Arts Education Center. You can also tune in to see classic Lunar New Year dishes: sweet and savory rice ball demonstration by Queens Night Market’s Wanda Chiu; a meatball dish called “braised lion head” by Queens Night Market’s Johnson Hu; and, a whole fish demonstration by Glow Community Center. Flushing Town Hall is also reviving its community art exhibition, "Call and Response: Grief, Resiliency, and Hope" in February outdoors along its Northern Boulevard fence.


Event website:
free but donation encouraged
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