|26th February 2021|
|7.30pm - 8.30pm|
|Free but booking required|
|Event organiser/part of Ricefield Chinese Arts & Cultural Centre|
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Our talented performers from across the UK will present dance, music, martial arts and more. You'll learn about the traditions and history of China's most important annual festival, and enjoy an hour of entertainment with new friends from around the world.
Shengnan Qiu - Erhu
Pui Lee - Kung Fu
Fong Liu - Song
Shanshan Jiang - Tea Brewing
Xiaochun Shen - Poetry
Lawrence Dunn - Sheng
Hing Fung - Tai Chi
Annie Au - Fan Dance
Eddie McGuire - Dizi
We are delighted to deliver this event in partnership with the Confucius Institute for Scotland's Schools. This event is supported by funding by Foundation Scotland and Glasgow City Council.
Register for your free ticket on Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.co.uk
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