- 10 January 2019
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- 06 February 2015
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Say goodbye to the feisty Horse, and welcome the artistic, creative Sheep in style at the Chinese New Year celebrations in Australia’s premier international city, Sydney. The ties between China and Australia have a long history going back to the early days of settlement when Macau and Canton were important trading posts for the convict settlement established at Sydney Cove in 1788. The first officially recorded Chinese immigrant was Mak Sai Ying in 1818. Chinese New Year has always been enthusiastically celebrated in Australia and 2015 is no exception. The festivities start on 13 February with the evening launch at Dawes Point – right underneath the Sydney Harbor Bridge – and continue for the next two weeks with a nonstop array of events on and off the water. Head to Chinatown in the Haymarket district just south of the central business district (CBD) for the Lunar Feasts events where some...