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How to be part of Chinatown London’s unmissable Chinese New Year celebrations in 2017
Red lanterns, dragon dances and everything splashed in red. This is what we typically imagine when we think of Chinese New Year. But what does it really mean to those who celebrate it across the world? We invited the veterans of Chinatown to tell us what the New Year means to them and their most cherished memories of the festival.
Chinese New Year is more than just lanterns and dragon dances, but reaches out to a wide range of cuisines, nationalities and people.
Shuang Shuang, Good Friend & Pho & Bun tell us exactly what Chinese New Year means to them, and how you can authentically celebrate it in Chinatown.
Get your chopsticks ready and delve into flavours, textures and tastes from China and beyond...
Check out these four foodie Chinatown destinations that will blow the winter blues away in one tasty flourish.
Discover the origins of one of the world’s most cherished cuisines: Cantonese.
Welcome a slice of authentic Chinese cuisine into your home with our drool-worthy roast Peking duck recipe.
Stay up to date with the latest restaurant openings, events and, exciting news from Chinatown...
Say ‘ganbei!’ and raise your glass to China’s most venerated spirit this Baijiu Cocktail Week.
Bao & Noodle bring beautiful buns and naughty noodles to Chinatown’s Lisle Street.
Masters of ramen, Yamagoya land in London for a six-month residency above Shuang Shuang on Shaftesbury Avenue.
Find out about Chinese culture, from historical traditions to the latest fashion and tech trends...
As the most important date in the Chinese calendar approaches, discover why Chinese New Year is the world’s biggest holiday.
One of the oldest and simplest dining accouterments in the world, chopsticks are the Far East’s weapon of choice.
Discover these (but controversial) Chinese Winter Solstice treats which spark a nationwide social media war.