Chinese New Year celebrated at the Harvey Centre

Entertainment / Thu 30th Jan 2020 am31 06:58am

THE Harvey Centre celebrated Chinese New Year on Sunday 26th January, with a traditional Chinese lion dance through the centre. The dance, which took place in partnership with Kung Fu, was performed from 1pm to a busy shopping centre.

During the dance, the bright purple lion stopped shoppers in their tracks to take photos and enjoy the theatre of the occasion.

The lion dance is a traditional Chinese dance performed on Chinese New Year for good luck, as it is believed the lion is a fortunate animal. Performed in a lion costume, accompanied by the music of beating drums, clashing cymbals, and resounding gongs, the lion dance imitates a lion’s feline movements.

Kung Fu is a widely acclaimed Oriental buffet restaurant chain offering authentic Oriental food, real Oriental cuisine aesthetics and amiable customer service in the heart of Harlow.

With the all you can eat buffet starting at just £10.50 per head and takeaway boxes for £5.50, Kung Fu is the go-to place for a hearty Oriental meal in Harlow.

Bryan Young, Centre Manager at The Harvey Centre says, “Kung Fu’s Chinese New Year celebrations caused quite a stir this Sunday. It’s such a high energy celebration and brilliant to be able to bring it to the heart of Harlow for all our customers to enjoy.”

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