Chinese New Year 2010 – year of the Tiger – actually starts on 14 February but the celebrations in Liverpool’s Chinatown take place on 21st February.
The arch is the perfect backdrop for Chinese New Year celebrations this February, as the city waves goodbye to the Year of the Ox and welcomes the Year of the Tiger.
Celebrations will take place February 21 in the Liverpool Chinatown area including Nelson Street, Berry Street, Great George Street and Great George Square.
With something for all ages, don’t miss traditional performances at the Pagoda on Henry Street and Wah Sing Chinese Community Centre on Duke Street; and the Lion, Dragon and Unicorn Parade along Berry Street and Nelson Street.
People born in the Year of the Tiger are said to be natural born leaders and symbolise power, passion and daring.
Date 21 Feb 2010 11.00 – 16.00