The Chinese New Year 恭喜发财 Gong Xi Fa Cai
The Chinese New Year is one of the biggest events in Melbourne’s chines calendar with 15 days of festivities celebrations will continue from the 16th February to 2nd of March.
The Chinese calendar, the New Year celebrations, brings with it two weeks of celebrations, lots of firecrackers, food traditional activities such as the awakening of the dragon, the Lantern Festival. Located in Bourke Street and Chinatown, explore Melbourne’s rich Chinese heritage with beautiful red and gold colours the
农历新年是墨尔本中国日历上最大的活动之一，十五天的活动将会进行在Bourke St, 中国城。在这期间， 是最好的时刻到Melbourne City 观光，如有兴趣可以到我们的网页去购买Melbourne City Tour配套，或需要更多详情可以打电话询问。
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Happy New Year! On behalf of the team, we wish you all the very best of health, happiness and prosperity in 2018.
Well, Christmas is fast approaching and there are so many things to do until the lead up to Christmas day!
Today is Remembrance Day 11th November for many Australians stop what they are doing at exactly 11 am today to dedicate a minute of silence for those who died in the war. The 11th of November commemorates the end of the Great War (World War I) 11th November 1918 and the signing of the armistice, which occurred on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.
This week – November is Melbourne Music Week is a nine-day celebration of the city’s thriving, world-renowned music scene. The event is in over 100 locations across the city, beginning in Swanston street
Ned Kelly at the State Library
The Ned Kelly is a free event on Wednesday and Saturday from 1 pm. The event will run until December 2018. Ned Kelly has split public opinion for over a century. Decide for yourself as you spot the holes in Kelly’s armour, read his passionate Jerilderie letter and sift through eyewitness photographs from the siege of Glenrowan. Location at the State Library of Victoria corner Swanston Street and La Trobe Street
“Once you have travelled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey” by Pat Conroy
“Travel early and travel often, live abroad, if you can, understand cultures other than your own. As your understanding of other cultures increases so to is your understanding of yourself and your own culture will increase ” by Tom Freston0 Read More