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 15-day-long celebration begins on February 1, 2022—the Year of The Tiger.
Celebrate the Year of Tiger with wishes for good fortune and good health. Gather with family and friends to celebrate traditions during this season.
Tune in for a virtual presentation of a lion dance, performances, crafts and more.
Visit Bellevue Square to see an array of cultural information and décor.
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).