Chinese New Year 2015

Our 2015 Chinese New Year Celebration brought back some favorite performances and activities. We also added some new and exciting activities. We can’t forget that we all love the chance to sample some delicious food.

Every year follows a Chinese zodiac animal- 2015 was the Year of the Sheep (Wood Sheep/Ram/Goat). People belonging to the Sheep category are the least likely to make waves. They respect order and pay close attention to rules, regulations, laws and societal expectations. Whether it is because Sheep are such nice and pleasant people or because they are born under a lucky star, fortune seems to favor them. Many seem to attract money and success in one way or another. That money and success may come through legacies, patronage or popular acceptance via the mass media. With this popularity and success comes an easy life.

Master of Ceremonies

Bobby King

Keynote Speakers

A-PAL Founder, Rita Liu
Mayor Dennis Coombs
Silver Creek Leadership Academy, Carrie Adams

Performances

Back by Popular Demand:

Lion Dance and Kung Fu: Shaolin Hung Mei Kung Fu Association
Chinese Dance: Bohua Chinese School
Japanese Taiko Drumming: Denver Taiko

New in 2015:

Chinese Folk Song: Yonghong Pan
Tai Chi: Gu Feng Tai Chi Club

Activity Booths

New!

The Science of Music
Innovation Center Robotics
Toy Shop
History in Art

Favorites

New Year Red Envelopes
Origami (Paper Folding)
Art of Paper-Cutting
Chinese Brush Painting
Abacus Lessons
Chopsticks Lessons
Pan Asian Display
100 Years of Asian History in Paper Money
Chinese Transliteration

Photos

Videos