Chinese spring festival at Millenáris



In celebration of the upcoming Chinese New Year and the 70th anniversary of Hungary-China diplomatic relations, the local Chinese community in Budapest is presenting a giant cultural and gastronomic event at the Millenáris Park, Pavilion B, the Facebook site of the event reveals.

Image: Facebook

Organized mainly by the Hungarian-Chinese Association for Arts and Culture, the festival showcases a slice of the Far East for Budapest, including a calligraphy exhibition, tea tasting, presentation of traditional Chinese medicine, and dragon dances, together with authentic Chinese street food.

Entrance to the event is free of charge. The festival will run January 25-27. Further information is available on the eventʼs Facebook page.


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