Chinese New Year
2022

 

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It's the year of the Tiger  

Tigers are the third of the Chinese zodiacs.

According to legend, Tiger was confident that no one could compete with its speed and vigor for the celestial race that would decide the order of the zodiacs.

However, when Tiger climbed out of the river, thinking it was first, it was informed that Rat placed first for its cleverness and Ox placed second for its diligence.

This left the king of the jungle having to settle for third place.

 

Tai Chi and Qigong

10am - 11am
Saturday 12th February 
Lambton Park
bounded by
Howe, Elder and Morehead Streets

This is a FREE event, no bookings required

and everyone is welcome

* Our Tai Chi and Qigong session is held outdoors

   so please remember your water, hat and sunscreen.

The Chinese New Year in 2022 starts on Tuesday February 1 and ends on January 21st, 2023

 

To celebrate New Year in the traditional Chinese calendar, we invite you to  celebrate with us.

Join our Tai Chi and Qigong  session with gold medallist in both open hand and weaponry, Laoshi Amanda Heidke from The Tai Chi Centre.

NB: Event venues are subject to change without notice

check website closer to the date for confirmation

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