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Lunar New Year Celebration and Other Asian Traditions: Year of the Pig

Join OMCA for the 18th annual Lunar New Year celebration, a fortune-filled family-friendly event to welcome in the Year of the Pig. Celebrate with spectacular cultural performances, demonstrations, traditional and contemporary music and dance, delicious Asian-inspired food trucks, and much more. Explore connections between the diverse Asian cultures represented in California, including Chinese, Tibetan, Korean, Vietnamese, Malaysian, Japanese, and more.

Enjoy spectacular lion and dragon dances by the Developing Virtue Secondary School, Chinese acrobatics by local favorite Red Panda Acrobats, and a magic show by Perry Yan the Magician. Hear author Olive Chin’s story about the Year of the Pig and watch K-pop dance performances by student groups from UC Berkeley and Vietnamese martial arts demonstrations by Vovinam America.

Learn how to drink Gong Fu Cha tea and make Vietnamese spring rolls. Explore our hands-on activities,make Tibetan prayer flags, learn to create Bok Jumoni, and play I Ching games.

Included with general museum admission.

Earlier Event: February 10
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Later Event: February 10
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