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About Edinburgh’s Chinese New Year Festival

2023 marks the Chinese Year of the Rabbit. Chinese New Year in Edinburgh has become the largest celebration of its kind in Scotland. Since its inception in 2019, it has been coordinated by Edinburgh Tourism…

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Dried Flower Workshop

The Cambridge Satchel Company

Creative dried flower workshop host by HelloArt x Cambridge Satchel Company. Guided by florists Charlotte & India, you’ll learn how to create a stunning, sustainable dried flower vase arrangement using a variety of beautiful dried…

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The Ballad of Mulan

Lecture Theatre at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

The performance of the ballad tells of how Hua Mulan replaced her aging father to serve the country, disguised herself as a man, fought bravely in the army, and eventually reunited with her family. Date:…

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Chinese and British Exhibition

Edinburgh Central Library, 7-9 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EG

New pop-up exhibition in Edinburgh Central Library explores the connections between British and Chinese communities and culture, inspired by the current British Library Exhibition.  This pop-up features artwork from British Born Chinese artist Sarah Kwan,…

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Celebrate Chinese New Year at Camera Obscura & World of Illusions

549 Castlehill, The Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH1 2ND

Camera Obscura & World of Illusions are excited to be celebrating Chinese New Year and the Year of the Rabbit. We’re lighting up our building red for the duration of the festival, so look out…

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Chinese New Year Customs and Year of Rabbit Video

The video will explain the 12 zodiac animals in China and share some Chinese legends about the rabbit.  It will also introduce the folk customs when the Chinese people welcome the Chinese New Year. The…

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Chinese New Year Concert

We are delighted to once again welcome musicians from Tianjin University of Finance and Economics to bring a selection of musical pieces including traditional Chinese folk music and choir performances to celebrate the Chinese New…

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Chinese Sweet Dumping & Lantern Making Workshop

Studio 4, Abbeymount Studios, 2 Easter Road, Edinburgh EH7 5AN

Come and celebrate Lantern festival by making sweet dumplings (Tangyuan) and lanterns. The Chinese believe that the round shape of the Tangyuan symbolise family togetherness. The lanterns have a good meaning of people letting go…

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Scotch Whisky Experience Turns Red for Chinese New Year

The Scotch Whisky Experience, at the top of the Royal Mile, will be lit red to mark Chinese New Year. Don’t forget to check out our online shop for Chinese New Year gift ideas!

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Celebrate Chinese New Year with The Edinburgh Dungeon – WIN a GOLD Merlin Annual Pass!

The Edinburgh Dungeon, 31 Market Street, Edinburgh EH1 1DF

To celebrate Chinese New Year 2023 we are inviting all visitors to The Edinburgh Dungeon between 22nd January to 5th February to post a Dungeon photo with the hashtag #CNYEdinburgh & #edinburghdungeons on Facebook or…

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2023 Winter Term Chinese Language Classes at the Confucius Institute for Scotland in the University of Edinburgh

Abden House, 1 Marshall Crescent, Edinburgh, EH15 5HP

The Confucius Institute for Scotland in the University of Edinburgh offer a diverse programme of evening classes for the general public to enjoy learning Chinese. This winter, we are delivering our evening language classes in…

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Chinese calligraphy & brush painting

Abden House, 1 Marshall Crescent, Edinburgh, EH15 5HP

Chinese calligraphy is one of the earliest and most important visual art forms in China. Many people are fascinated by the beauty of Chinese calligraphy and brush painting. Apart from the regular language classes, our…

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