This year, we celebrate CNY from January 21 to 25. How much do you know about Hong Kong’s favourite holiday?
2023 is the Year of the Rabbit, and to celebrate, we’re asking young DB artists to put pen to paper (or tablet) to create an A4-sized, rabbit-themed CNY artwork.
It’s the Year of the Water Tiger (the last one was in 1962). So, what does that mean for you? Tiger years such as 2022 are about going all out and experiencing life to the full
Here’s a look at getting the best out of Hong Kong’s favourite holiday
Ever wondered why we celebrate Chinese New Year the way we do? Samantha Wong goes back in time to find out First up, a few facts.
As with almost all activities at Chinese New Year (CNY), there is enormous symbolism in the use of flowers and plants.
Dating back thousands of years and based on the lunar rather than the Gregorian calendar, Chinese New Year (CNY) begins on the first day of the new moon that appears any time between January 21 and February 20 each year.
Ringing in the Year of the Ox! A Chinese New Year Celebration
Calling all students attending DB primary schools! Here’s your chance to put pen (or brush) to paper to celebrate the CNY with your art.
Tasked with creating the perfect pig-themed picture, DB primary school students have created fantastic art pieces for the New Year New Dreams Drawing Competition. In ..