It is Chinese New Year 2014, the year of the horse. Many Chinese, including those of other nationalities from around the world, will be celebrating the lively, colourful, and joyous festival. It is also the time to be with family and friends. Where I am, in London-town, every year, the festival is celebrated in Chinatown and Trafalgar Square, London’s famous landmarks. Roads between Chinatown and Trafalgar Square will be closed for Chinese entertainment to take place, such as parades, acrobatics, traditional dance, singing, martial arts, Chinese celebrities appearances, and not to forget the dragon/lion dance.
Chinese New Year delicacies.
My favourite part of Chinese New Year is eating the Chinese rice balls. Here’s the link as a reminder for those who have forgotten about Chinese rice balls https://puiyinlab.wordpress.com/2013/01/01/happy-new-year-first-post-of-2013/
My best friend’s mother in Malaysia recently entered a rice ball competition where she had to be creative with using rice balls in the form of art.
I would like to thank Irene Soo and Chunkha Phen for the photos.
Happy Chinese New Year to my dearest fellow bloggers 🙂