Chilliwack celebrates Chinese New Year at Sardis Library
Members of Vancouver’s Xinru Center taught folks history of Chinese New Year, knot tying, calligraphy
Dozens of people came out to take part in the Chinese New Year celebration at the Sardis Library on Saturday.
Members of the Xinru Center from Vancouver were in Chilliwack that days teaching folks the history of Chinese New Year plus offering samples of oolong tea and various sweet treats.
People also had a chance to try out Chinese knot tying and calligraphy that day.
Chinese New Year begins on Jan. 25. It continues for 15 days and ends every year with a lantern festival and dragon dance.
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