More than 50,000 spectators enjoyed the 2012 Vancouver Chinese New Year Parade on Sunday, January 29, 2012.
Year of the Dragon Temple Fair: A Hot & Noisy Affair at Dr. Sun Yat Sen Chinese Garden – January 28 – 29, 2012
Based on the temple fairs of old, this year’s Chinese New Year celebration will consist of a “Hot & Noisy” (re-nao) mixture of traditional cultural activities. The Chinese Word “Re Nao” is often used to describe the “hustle & bustle” of crowds on the street.
Cecilia Ensemble Women’s Choir Variety Concert benefiting the Parkinson Society BC – February 5, 2012
Cecilia Ensemble Women’s Choir of Capilano University is joined by lyric soprano Catherine Crouch, operatic baritone Dheni Walsh and violinist Seung Bin (Jason) Lee.
Join in at one of Vancouver’s most central, most festive and most memorable Chinese New Year festivals this January as we welcome in the auspicious Year of the Dragon!
The Richmond Chinese Community Society (RCCS) is honoured to share this annual event with the whole community on Sunday, January 22nd, 2012 at Lansdowne Centre.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver Housing Market Year End Update for December 2011 with REBGV president Rosario Setticasi.
Celebrate the Year of the Dragon at the Royal Canadian Mint’s Vancouver boutique – January 20 – 23, 2012
The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to celebrate the Chinese New Year with elegant coins that commemorate the Year of the Dragon.
For three days during the Dine Out Vancouver Festival on the north plaza of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Street Food City is your opportunity to sample from a collection of Vancouverâ€™s Street Food carts all in one convenient location!
Cultural Fair for 2012 will be held for two days (Saturday, January 28 and Sunday, January 29) from 11 am to 5 pm.
The renowned Chinese New Year Parade will return in the Year of the Dragon on Sunday, January 29th, 2012.