This series of events – in the run-up to the Chinese New Year holiday period – features exhibitions of traditional art and also folk-art performances. There will be distribution of souvenir printed couplets of poetry to participants, offering wishes of happiness for the Year of the Dog. The first round will take place on February 3rd in Rotunda de Carlos da Maia, also known as Three Lamps area. The festivities will move to Senado Square on February 10th and then to the garden next to Iao Han Market the following day.
Time: 2:00pm to 4:30pm
Venue: Feb 3rd – Rotunda de Carlos da Maia, also known as Three Lamps Roundabout; Feb 10th – Senado Square; and Feb 11th – Iao Han Market Garden
Admission: Free admission
Organiser: Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau
Cheong Kam Ka; Government Information Bureau; Cultural Affairs Bureau; Macau Fisherman’s Wharf; The Parisian Macao; Colegio de Santa Rosa de Lima; Creative Macau; Macao Orchestra; Venetian Macao; Macao Chinese Orchestra; Robert Cummerow; Regina Dance Group; Rui Cunha Foundation; Macao Youth Association for Advancement of Innovative Entrepreneurship; Macau Entertainment Exhibition Association; Taipa Village Cultural Association; Macao Museum of Art; Macao Museum; Sports Bureau; Macao Government Tourism Office; Macao Post and Telecommunications Bureau; Goldspark Macau Tours Limited; Consumer Council; MGM Macau; Macao Fashion Gallery; Institute for Tourism Studies; Studio City Macau; Broadway Macau; Huayan Group Ltd; City of Dreams Macau; Script Road – Macau Literary Festival