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Chinese New Year
Completion of Chinese New Years Celebrations
Wishing prosperity and blessings to all in the Year of the Rabbit!
Happy Year of the Rabbit / Bonne année du lapin
新年快樂 身體健康！ Sharing good wishes near and far for health and harmony in the Year of the Rabbit! Meilleurs vœux de santé et d’harmonie à tous et à toutes en cette année du lapin!
Happy Year of the Rabbit
新年快樂 身體健康！ Happy New Year from Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism! L’Institut de taoïsme Fung Loy Kok vous souhaite ses meilleurs vœux pour la nouvelle année !
Offering of Thanks to Deities / Gratitude aux déités
As we prepare for Chinese New Year, participants from around the world gathered together virtually to thank the deities for the blessings received over the past year. The ceremony included the chanting of the Ten Thousand Buddhas Sutra to pay respect and express gratitude to all deities. En vue du Nouvel An chinois, des participants […]
Lunar New Year Celebration
Traditionally Lunar New Year is a joyous time when we set a positive direction for the New Year and families come together to celebrate. It usually begins with a trip [...]
Flavours of the New Year in Winnipeg
From the bright red envelopes to the beautifully painted stones celebrating the Year of the Pig, everyone felt the importance and warmth of the evening on a cold winter night. Our special guest, Len Isleifson, MLA for Brandon East, hared his story of being welcomed at last fall’s Seniors Event and how trying a […]
Chinese New Year Celebration in Edmonton
It was time to celebrate New Year of the Earth Pig. A year of projected prosperity and friendship. After weeks of planning – invitations to dignitaries, posters and tickets designed, printed, tracked, restaurants considered, drafts of planning lists and task-sharing, program and speeches prepared, Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism, Edmonton Branch leadership arrived early […]
Celebrating Chinese New Year in Vancouver
On February 10, 2019, participants from the Vancouver and Chilliwack branches celebrated the Year of the Boar by brush kneeing and waving hands like clouds together in the Vancouver Chinatown Spring Festival Parade. The cold did not dampen anyone’s enthusiasm as our Taoist Tai Chi® practice kept us – and the crowd of thousands – […]