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Kolkata Chinese New Year 2009 Events

List of Events for the Chinese New Year 2009 Celebration in Kolkata.


23rd January Lion Dance Show at Territi Bazaar
24th January Lion Dance Show at Tangra Bazaar / Pei Moi Chinese School
25th January Lion Dance Show at Tangra Bazaar / Pei Moi Chinese School
26th January Happy Chinese New Year 2009 – The Year of Ox
27th January Dance Party at Pei Moi Chinese School
28th January Fete & Dance Party at Pei Moi Chinese School
29th January Fete & Dance Party at Pei Moi Chinese School
30th January Dance Party at Pei Moi Chinese School

Comments

  1. Banasree Mandal says:

    Hi Leon….

    Good job!!!!! Thanks for posting the programme schedule… I was just going to request u for this one …. but can you please also mention the time of the programmes????

    1. leon says:

      it’s hard to say cos there is no particular time, maybe i’ll tell you the ballpark timing. for fete it’s starting around 4p.m till 10 p.m and after the fete in the pei moi chinese school ground, the party would then start around 11p.m in the building with cool musics atleast till 3p.m , if there is still crowd it would go on until it fades away .

  2. Banasree Mandal says:

    thank you leon..
    thank you so much for keeping us updated about the date and time of the events..

  3. Doris says:

    Leon,

    Is F4 Boy Band from Indian Idol gonna participate & sing live in any of the above events ? They did so last year in Tiretti Bazaar. Also, heard that Suhit Gosain had left the group. Is that true ?

    Who are the other celebrities invited to perform ? Will there be any overseas Chinese performers & singers in the event as they did in past Chinese New Year Celebrations ?

    Please upload any video clippings or pictures of the above here when available. Thanks.

    1. leon says:

      i don’t think F4 came .. i myself missed the show but i’ll try to collect some clips from friends.

  4. Lee says:

    Hi Leon.
    Keep up good work ! I am a chinese malaysian previously studied for 7 years in southern india. I have been always curious about
    indian chinese and came upon your website.