Chinese New Year in Le Marais ! 
Chinese New Year

From January 27 to February 10, celebrate the Chinese New Year in the 3rd arrondissement!

For the last 12 years, the Town Hall of the 3rd arrondissement has hosted its local Chinese community, the oldest in Paris, and organized a New Year celebration as it is the most important traditional Chinese holiday.

This year, we leave behind the year of the water snake and enter the year of the wooden horse. The dragon parade, lion dances and many activities are taking place in the 3rd arrondissement to celebrate this event, giving us the opportunity to discover different aspects of a rich and fascinating culture.

Exhibitions, concerts, conferences, debates, workshops and more will be going on for an entire week. The Mayor of the 3rd and the Festival Committee invite you to come share moments of discovery, entertainment, learning, and fun, all colored by the enchanting hues of China.

Program :

• From January 27 to February 10

Photographic exhibition " Charming Aquatic Jiangsu", a photographic journey to the heart of the beautiful region of Jiangsu, China.

• Sunday, February 2 at 14:30

Visit the Place de l'Hotel de Ville de Paris for the famous Dragon Parade.

Free makeup from 10am to 12pm for children ( RDV at 29 rue Michel Le Comte).

• Tuesday, February 4 at 19:30

In partnership with the music program "Music First and Foremost", vocal and instrumental concert inviting you to a journey of sounds between East and West.

• Wednesday, February 5 at 14h

Cultural and artistic encounter between French and Chinese students.

• Thursday, February 6 at 18:30

Dragon Dance followed by the traditional wishes to the Chinese community.

• Friday, February 7 at 14:30

Conference on "Chinese well-being in everyday life" presented by Ms. Hong CHEN, professor of Taiji and Qigong, and Ms. Yan LIU, President of the Franco-Chinese Culture and Sports Association, followed by a workshop and discussion.

All events take place at the Town Hall 3rd

In partnership with the associations of Pierre Ducerf, the Chinese residents in France, and France China Culture.

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