2023 Year of the Rabbit
The Lunar New Year marks the first new moon of the lunar calendar and is derived from 12 full cycles of the moon. It is celebrated by many Asian communities including Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese. There are 12 Chinese zodiac animals and one is associated with each 12-year cycle. This year’s celebration begins on January 22, 2023—the Year of the Rabbit.
Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with wishes for good fortune and good health. Gather with family and friends to celebrate traditions during this season.
Lunar New Year at The Bellevue Collection is presented in partnership with Seattle Chinese Culture and Arts Association (SCCAA), The Overseas Community Affairs Council, and Republic of China (Taiwan).
Lunar New Year Décor
Experience Lunar New Year décor throughout Bellevue Square.
Our Dining District proudly includes some of the region’s finest Asian and Asian-inspired cuisine, and we’ve created this curated guide to help you decide where to eat as you celebrate the new year.
Year of the Rabbit Craft
Pick up a rabbit craft to make at home from Guest Services in Bellevue Square's Center Court, while supplies last.
Stop by our Lunar New Year pop spot to snap a photo in Bellevue Square's Center Court.
Lunar New Year Displays
See traditional Chinese garments and artifacts on display on the first level of Bellevue Square.
Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with a coloring sheet from Wing Luke Museum.