Year of Tiger

15-day celebration

Take a look at what typically happens during Chinese New Year, and why it's a 15-day celebration.

Symbolic food

Chinese New Year cuisine is often intriguing, not to mention full of symbolic meaning. Find out what these foods are.

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Events in the Auckland region during Chinese New Year.



A beautiful array of photos depicting scenes from the 2008 Auckland Lantern Festival at Albert Park.

Animal signs

What’s in store for you during the Year of the Metal Tiger? Read predictions for 2010.

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2010 is the Year of the Tiger, and you can expect to see some colourful events in the city during Chinese New Year celebrations between 14 and 28 February.

Share your experience on the Chinese Digital Community – find out how you can upload photos and stories using our step-by- step tutorial and discover events around Auckland during the celebrations.

Astrological 'predictions' for the year ahead are incredibly popular among the Chinese and a lot of fun to read. Why don't you find out what's in store for you in the Year of the Tiger?


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Chinese New Year 2010

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