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Mark and Jessica’s Wedding

17th March 2018 – Crown Towers

The CCC Lion Dance Troupe performed at the wedding of Mark and Jessica on the 17th March 2018. After the entrance of the bridal party, the bride and groom entered the ballroom with the escort of the CCC Lions.

The Lions guided the newly weds to their seats, and then gathered in front of the dance floor where they began their performance in blessing this wonderful occassion. The lions interacted with guests before presenting the newly weds with a good luck scroll.

The CCC Lion Dance Family wish you both all the best on your everlasting journey of love together.

Perth Student Festival

10th March 2018 – The Belltower

The CCC Lion Dance was invited once again to perform at the annual Perth Student Festival. Given the success of the previous years of the festival, the festival this year was moved to the Bell Tower Pier.

The event had a lot of information booths for students, activities, entertainment, and food stalls. And of course a feautre entertainment for the festival was the Chinese Lion Dance performed by the troupe.

The festival was attended by a large number of people and was defintely as successful as it was in previous years. The CCC Lion Dance Troupe would like to thank all the organisers of the festival for having us again, and we look forward to the festival next year.

Chinese New Year 2018 – Year of the Dog

Commencing 15th February 2018 – Perth WA

It was another busy Chinese New Year for the troupe, with the troupe beginning their heavy performance schedule on the eve of Chinese New Year. With the large number of bookings the troupe had this year, the troupe had to split up groups numerous times to meet these performances. The troupe performed all over Perth from the CBD all the way to the industrial area of Forestdale. The troupe’s performances ranged from restaurants, small businesses, private corporate events, and public Chinese New Year events such as the Chinese New Year Fair in Northbridge.

All performances attracted large crowds with the loud firecrackers, loud music, colourful lions, and with the colourful new uniforms of the troupe.

The troupe also received new donated lions from Good Fortune Duck House, Chen Yang Tan, and the clubs president. All were dotted during the Chinese New Year performances.

It was a gruelling hectic schedule, but the troupe was able to successful perform all performances to a high standard, and in process enjoying the fun which is the essence of Chinese New Year.

Until next time, we all at the CCC Lion Dance Troupe would like to wish everyone a Happy Chinese New Year – Year of the Dog!



New Hsu residence house blessing

3rd February 2018 – City Melville

The CCC Lion Dance Troupe performed at the new house of their troupe leader, Stephen. With the fully completed build of the house, it was only logical to have the troupe officially bless the house. To make things more special, Stephen dotted the eyes of a new lion in which he donated to the club.

After the dotting, the lions blessed the residence and presented Stephen and his partner good luck scrolls, wishing them all the everlasting success and happiness in the years to come.

We all at the CCC Lion Dance troupe would again like to congratulate you guys on the new house!


David and Ka-Bao’s Wedding

13th January 2018 – Crown Towers

Ushering in the New Year, the Chinese Community Centre kicked off their first performance for the new year at Crown Towers for the wedding of David and Ka-Bao.

The performance was a surprise for the 200+ guests attending the wedding. When the MC announced the first part of entertainment of the night, the guests were all stunned to hear loud banging musical instruments leading the 2 lions into the venue. The lions began their performance by blessing the newly weds, they then interacted with the family and friends by eating red packets from table to table, and allowing heaps of photo opportunities. The Lions then put on a demonstration of acrobatic aerial moves, before presenting the newly weds with a good luck scroll. Overall the performance was a success with the guests all applauding at the end.

The Chinese Community Centre would like to wish David and Ka-Bao all the best on their new journey of love togethor.