Celebrate Lunar New Year
2022 Year of the Tiger

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).

Lucky Lunar Card

Lucky Lunar Card

Pick up your Lucky Lunar Scratch Card at Bellevue Square's Guest Services from January 24 - February 6. Scratch the coin for good fortune and receive an offer for one of our Asian-inspired restaurants or the chance to win an $80 Bellevue Collection Gift Card. Restrictions apply. Must be 18 or older to participate.
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Dining Guide

Dining Guide

Welcome the Year of the Tiger in our Dining District. From sit-down restaurants for family meals to quick-service treats with friends, we are proud to host some of the region’s best Asian and Asian-inspired cuisine. Still trying to decide where to eat? Allow our Dining Guide to help.
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Traditional Displays

Throughout Bellevue Square, discover beautiful costumes, cultural artifacts and calligraphy on display provided by Overseas Community Affairs Council, Republic of China (Taiwan) and Wing Luke Museum.

Pop Spot

Stop by the pop spot in Bellevue Square's Center Court to take a photo in front of our Lunar New Year backdrop.

Photo Screens

Pose in front of our screens across from Michael Kors on the first level of Bellevue Square for a photo to be taken of you in a Lunar New Year scene.

Red Envelopes

At Lunar New Year, it is a tradition to give the gift of a red envelope. Bring the kids to Guest Services beginning January 24 to pick up a red envelope of their own with a sweet treat inside.

Lantern Craft

Starting January 24, stop by Guest Services in Bellevue Square's Center Court to pick up a Year of the Tiger lantern craft for the kids to create at home.
Coloring Sheet

Coloring Sheet

Celebrate the Year of the Tiger with a coloring sheet from Wing Luke Museum.
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