To celebrate the dawn of the Chinese New Year in Neuss, a broad collection of activities and events have been gathered together in the Romaneum. They include an exhibition, cooking, music, kites and gongs. Finger food of chinese specialities are on offer early evening as is a get together at the end of festivities in the late evening.
The Chinese New Year normally commences between January 21 and February 20 each year. 2017 arrives under the influence of the Rooster or Cockerel, this time the so-called Fire Rooster.
Known as Sheng Xiao and calculated according to the Chinese lunar cycle, the animal signs are dragon, dog, horse, monkey, ox, pig, rabbit, rat, rooster, sheep, snake and tiger. The coming year ends on February 15 2018. And yes, I’m a horse.
A cooperation of the Volkshochschule Neuss, Deutsch-Chinesischen-Gesellschaft Neuss and the Economic Development Office Neuss.