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Friends of Te Papa: 101 Chinese New Year

Friends of Te Papa welcome you to the first of their ‘Subject 101’ sessions! Designed to be quick fire and fun with experts exploring broad aspects of subject as an introduction to it. For the first session we’ll be looking at Chinese New Year and the culture, art and history around it.  Keep Reading


NZSL interpreted weaving workshop

Learn how to make a kōnae basket with harakeke (flax) using traditional Māori raranga methods. Keep Reading


Festival Day: Cultural Entertainment

Experience a wonderful programme of entertainment bursting at seams with local and international talent. From traditional dragon dancing, to a martial arts demonstration, Cantonese Opera, live music, and a special appearance by the Jinan Acrobatic Troupe; there will be something for all ages to enjoy.  Keep Reading


Chinese New Year Street Parade

The street parade is a crowd favourite and not to mention, the only community run parade in Wellington!  The city streets will be filled with a fabulous display of colour and celebration as communities share their spirit of what Chinese New Year means to them by parading through the ma... Keep Reading


Fireworks Display

A spectacular explosion of sound and colour on Wellington’s waterfront will farewell the Dog and welcome in the Pig, warding off evil spirits to good luck and fortune for the coming year. Keep Reading


Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality at Te Papa

Get up-close to some of China’s ancient imperial icons this summer at Te Papa. Keep Reading


Asian Markets 2019 @ the TSB

Celebrate the New Year with some delicious Asian food and new wares from the craft and food market! Keep Reading


East Meets West Show

Through the universal language of performing arts, local and international artists share the stage to draw strength from cultural exchange and collaboration and provide an enriching experience for audiences that builds understanding and appreciation of both eastern and western cultures. Keep Reading


A Place TŪ Be - Chevron Hassett

An exhibition of new photographic works by Chevron Hassett. As Aotearoa’s population becomes more diverse, the concept of cultural identity also shifts and evolves.Chevron Hassett’s exhibition in Courtenay Place Park presents portraits of young urban Māori as digital pouwhenua, situating them within the heart of the city they live in, and... Keep Reading

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