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Lunar New Year in Tucson


Ring in the Year of the Rooster with the Tucson Sino Choir and the University of Arizona Confucius Institute. This year, the Lunar New Year falls on January 28th, and for the eighth consecutive year, Director Larry Lang hosts a festival with over 200 international, national and local artists including Chinese instrumentalists, kung fu masters and Chinese folk dancers. An east-west fusion, it’s a fun-filled weekend full of cultural celebrations.

You can visit the Confucius Institute throughout January for more pathways to celebrate. For example, take a traditional Chinese calligraphy and painting class, or drop into a Chinese medicine and wellness seminar. Language classes, martial arts and cultural sessions happen throughout the month.

Staying in Tucson Through February?

Another big Chinese New Year celebration takes place at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center February 11th. Performances take place at 11 a.m., 1, 3, 5, and 7 p.m. at the Tucson Mall. Enjoy arts and crafts for children, authentic performances, Asian gift shop items and more. Admission is free.

The Cultural Center also offers mahjong and ping pong classes with drop-in options available. Serving the social and cultural needs of the Tucson Chinese community, it’s a fantastic space that welcomes all.


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