21. January 2013 · Comments Off on 巴拉瑞特2013新年活动通告 · Categories: 活动公告


To celebrate Chinese New best essay writers Year, The Sovereign Hill Museums Association and the Chinese Australian Cultural Society Ballarat are offering FREE hands-on activities along with Chinese cultural performances all day.

PROGRAM for SUNDAY 10 February 2013   二月十号星期天活动安排

Chinese Australian Cultural Society Ballarat (CACSB) Chinese New Year Ceremony in the Chinese Camp  巴拉瑞特澳中文化协会新年拜年

Welcome the Chinese New Year of the Snake with lions, drums and a traditional Chinese ceremony in the Temple in Sovereign Hill’s Outdoor Museum

Chinese Temple10:15am–11:00am

Melbourne Philharmonic Chinese Orchestra 墨尔本中华爱乐乐团演出

Enjoy a cultural journey through music played with traditional Chinese and contemporary instruments by one of the finest orchestras in Australia.

Victoria Theatre 11:00am-12 noon and 2:00pm-3:00pm

Chinese Dragon and Lion Parade   龙狮大游行

The Chinese dragon, Xin Long – and Chinese lions will dance up the Main Street of Sovereign Hill.

Sovereign Hill Main street 12:15pm-12:45pm 

Performances   各类演出

Discover the importance of the Chinese Year of the Snake and enjoy colourful performances of ribbon dancing, fan dancing, Tai Chi and a lion dance workshop.

Victoria Theatre1:00pm-1:30pm

Hands-On Activities  中华文化活动

Create your own Chinese snake. Wish others good fortune for the Year of the Snake by making a lucky money envelope or red scroll written in Chinese calligraphy. If you’d like a bit more colour, have your face painted like a Chinese opera character or try the art of Chinese paper cutting. Answer a Chinese riddle and receive a red lantern. All great activities for the kids!

Horse Bazaar, Main Street of Sovereign Hill, 11:00am 12:00noon, 1:00pm-3:30pm

Chinese Camp   参观金山早年华工历史博物馆

Visit the Chinese Camp in Sovereign Hill’s Outdoor Museum to find out how the Chinese lived during the gold rush.

All day

Wishing Tree   在金山博物馆黄金馆许愿树下立愿

Visit the Gold Museum’s Wishing Tree to make your New Year wishes!

All day (at the GoldMuseum)

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