A free outdoor event celebrating the Chinese New Year with Dragon and Lion Dances, Kung Fu, Qigong, Music & Folk dance performances.
There will be plenty of stalls selling food and crafts, and the celebration will end with an extravagant firework display.
Manchester’s China town was established in the early 20th Century. The traditional arch (as pictured) represents the Ming Dynasty Imperial, which was completed in 1987 and stands at 45ft high.
With so much to see and do, why not make it into a long weekend? Our Manchester City aparthotel is conveniently situated next to China Town. All apartments come with a fully fitted kitchen, free wifi and free local and national telephone calls and are fitted with a large plasma TV. This is one of the best hotels in Manchester to stay at.
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