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๐Ÿฎ Chinese New Year Celebration, Spring Festival, Flying Eagle, Galloping Horses and Annual Surplus ้ทน้ฃ›้ฆฌ้จฐ, ๅนดๅนดๆœ‰้ค˜ ๐ŸŽ


Flying Eagle Galloping Horses ้ทน้ฃ›้ฆฌ้จฐ

Flying Eagle Galloping Horses ้ทน้ฃ›้ฆฌ้จฐ

Chinese New Year 2014

Chinese New Year ไธญๅœ‹่พฒๆ›†ๆ–ฐๅนด

SoundEagleSoundEagle wishing you a prosperous Chinese New Year of the ๐ŸŽHorse ้ฆฌ and a Happy New Year 2014 with Annual Surplus ๅนดๅนดๆœ‰้ค˜

Hello! SoundEagle is back in action here after a fairly long hiatus. The Year 2013 is farewelled by SoundEagle with a special post entitled Cosmos in Perspective: Scaling the Universe with Interactive Infographics, Film, Animation and Slideshow. In contrast, the Year 2014 is welcomed with a festive, eclectic post laden with multimedia and multitudinousness, including games, video and music as well as numerous season greetings and best wishes conveyed to you in Chinese.May you have hours of fun and enjoyment!

Chinese New Year of 2014 begins on the 31st of January and ends on the 14th of February, the Valentineโ€™s Day. This double celebration represents a culmination of the Eastern Culture (emphasizing Relationship and Kinship ้—œไฟ‚ๅ’Œ่ฆชๆƒ…) meeting and amalgamating with the Western Culture (emphasizing Romance and Love ๆตชๆผซๅ’Œๆ„›ๆƒ…). It provides a good indicator and macrocosmic example of the increased intensification and extensive interpenetration of economic, social and cultural practices and relations as globalization continues to expand in the 21st century. Specifically, this can be both seen and heard in the dynamic results of musical hybridizations and cross-cultural collaborations, as the following musical performances demonstrate:

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้ฆฌๅˆฐๆˆๅŠŸ๏ผŒ้ฆฌๅนดๆ›ดๅฃฏ
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2014 New Year House Escape ๆ–ฐๅนด็ฌฌไธ€ๅคฉ้€ƒ่„ฑ

Chinese New Year Escape ้€ƒๅ‡บๆ–ฐๅนดๅคงๅฎ…

Lion Dance – Lunar New Year Celebration 2014 at Disney California Adventure

Chinese New Year 2014 Year of the Horse

Chinese New Year Twilight Parade 2012-2014

For the past three years, The Electric Canvas has had the honour of creating beautiful projections for Sydney’s Chinese New Year Twilight Parade. The Parade, which grows bigger and brighter every year, weaves its way through the streets of Sydney’s Chinatown in front of tens of thousands of spectators celebrating the Lunar New Year.

Ascension Dance with ISS (Illimitable Space System)

January 18-19, 2014 Chinese New Year Gala hosted by the MCCCA (Montreal Center of Chinese Culture and Arts)
SoundEagle in Chinese New Year Celebration, Spring Festival, Lion Dance, Traditional Culture and ArchitectureChinese New Year is an important traditional Chinese holiday celebrated on the first day of the year of the Chinese calendar. In China, it is also known as the Spring Festival, the literal translation of the modern Chinese name. Chinese New Year celebrations traditionally run from Chinese New Year’s Eve, the last day of the last month of the Chinese calendar, to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month, making the festival the longest in the Chinese calendar. Since the Chinese calendar is lunisolar, the Chinese New Year is often referred to as the “Lunar New Year”. The Chinese New Year Day is always between January 20 to February 20 of the Gregorian calendar each year.
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4 comments on “๐Ÿฎ Chinese New Year Celebration, Spring Festival, Flying Eagle, Galloping Horses and Annual Surplus ้ทน้ฃ›้ฆฌ้จฐ, ๅนดๅนดๆœ‰้ค˜ ๐ŸŽ

  1. It was a joy to read this well researched piece . The Chinese culture has been wide spread the world over , starting with the gold rushes , Chinese influence has been present .
    I’ve lost count of the different china towns I’ve been to .It’s very caring & sharing the way the biggest lunar celebration is always public & for everybody .One year I came out the airport door at Sydney to experience a lion dance – truly amazing feeling . I enjoy the enveloping sharing that the Chinese display – no other culture does it better !

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    • Hello thenakedflorist! It can be seen from your feedback on this special celebratory post that your appreciation of the Chinese culture and history is genuinely quite a heartening and delightful one, and that you have had some immersive experiences in various Chinatowns. SoundEagle would like to inform you that this post has been improved significantly and extended with additional videos, one of which shows the beautiful projections for Sydneyโ€™s Chinese New Year Twilight Parade as created by The Electric Canvas.

      SoundEagle hopes that your health has been improving during the cooler months. Since getting to Brisbane may be too difficult given your health, SoundEagle is bringing a little bit of Brisbane to you right here with the following videos, taken by SoundEagle not too long ago. Please enjoy!

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