The Chinese Year of the Horse comes galloping into our lives.

On Saturday, the 1st of February, will feature the Asia-Pacific and Hungarian artists, Lion dance, martial arts demonstrations, Kung Fu Cup, calligraphy, oriental gastronomy, musicians ,simultaneous Go, Dr. Chen’s clinic, 1000 Teahouse and Tea ceremony, Chinese medicine, ping-pong, theatrical productions, Korean culture, universities, language games, presentations, acrobats, musicians, athletes, games for kids and adults, prizes, sport activities at each-and-every minute at the four sides of the corner in the Milleneum Center. Get ready for a splendid full day show with outstanding programs for Hungarians and the Chinese staying, living in Hungary. The season of winter can bring folks down, but the warmth of the festival happenings will ensure family and friends to unloose and enjoy the day and evening shows.

The Lunar New Year Festival will take place at the Milleneum Park – Hall B.

The Official Opening Ceremony starting at 11 a.m.

Other programs will be ongoing from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Between 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. the Henan Art Group and the Chinese artists living in Hungary will highlight the evening with their performance at the festival’s great stage.

The leading characteristic that best describes the horse is a spirit of freedom and independence. The Horse is also known for its friendly nature, its strength, its beauty, and its ability to undergo hardship. Most of mankind’s history, the horse has provided transportation of people and commerce for thousands of years. Even today in various parts of the world, the horse remains as a major mode of transportation The horse is cool  but hot-blooded, hard-nosed but humble, impatient but extraordinarily tolerant, but to find out more about the Year of the Horse visitors are more than welcomed  to the Milleneum Park.

Update by Aggie Reiter

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