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Chinese New Year Festival 2021

Lion dances, traditional crafts, and lots of delicious food to mark the beginning of the new lunar cycle


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Disclaimer: Due to COVID-19 concerns, many events might be canceled, postponed, or changed into limited versions, sometimes at very short notice. Please check with event organizers directly for the latest updates (view the "External Resources" section below).

Ring in the Lunar New Year at the free festival organized by the Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas. The annual Chinese New Year Festival is a one-day event held from 11 am to 4 pm at NorthPark Center. The celebration features lion and dragon dances, martial arts demonstrations, as well as other fun activities.

Festival-goers can learn the ancient art of calligraphy, various traditional crafts, see special landscape displays, participate in wellness activities, and witness an array of cultural performances. There are also booths offering authentic food and souvenirs.

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