Manchester Museum Lee Kai Hung Chinese Culture Gallery.
Manchester Museum’s new Lee Kai Hung Chinese Culture Gallery, opening in August 2022, will be dedicated to build understanding and empathy between cultures. Working closely with The Manchester-China Institute, local Chinese communities and organisations, this exciting new gallery will explore the rich cultural heritage and historic links between Manchester and China, showcasing rarely seen collections, powerful personal narratives and international research collaborations and partnerships, also include a gathering and activity space.
Chinese New Year Celebrations
Join Manchester Museum to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year 2021 as we welcome the year of the Ox, a symbol of strength and determination.
Through an online programme, we offer a range of activities from a dance class for seniors to a family-friendly home makeover inspired by New Year decorations.
Sign up for a webinar with the Manchester China Institute to explore the historical horticultural connections between China and Europe or watch a stunning dance performance from our talented colleagues from Xinhua Chinese Association. There are also mouth-watering cooking demonstrations, download the recipe sheet and instructions and follow the film.
Find out what’s happening around the city to help you celebrate the New Lunar Year.
All event details and related information are available at https://www.mmfromhome.com/chinese-new-year-celebrations-1