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October 2018 news

Chinese Community Centre 40th anniversary celebration

23rd October 2018 – Northbridge Chinese Restaurant

Back in 1978 a group of Chinese individuals in Australia banded togethor to support the Chinese Community in Australia as well as promoting the Chinese Culture in Australia – The Chinese Community Centre was formed. The essence of the Chinese Community Centre was to support your fellow country men but also embrace those who had the interest in the Chinese Culture and activities. 40 years later the Chinese Community Centre still stands strong with that same vision and same essence.

On the 23rd October, all those who has been part of this beautiful journey, both old era and new era, came togethor to celebrate all the success of the organisation. Commemorative plaques was provided to individuals who provided support to the organisation. The CCC Lion Dance Troupe performed the lion dance to celebrate this joyous occassion.

It was great to see all era members of the Chinese Community Centre all come togethor and celebrate togethor the efforts of upholding the groups vision all these years. Congratulations to the Chinese Community Centre, here is to another 50 years!

Pasar Malam

19th October 2018 – Curtin University

It was time again for the annual Pasar Malam festival, a festival where there are a large variety of international foods, entertainment, and activities.

Every Pasar Malam in the past had been successful, and this year was no different with long lines at each of the food stalls, and large crowds gathered at the stages to watch the entertainment provided.

The Chinese Community Centre Lion Dance troupe once again performed at this glorious event, with large crowds gathered and cheering at the acrobatic displays performed by the troupe.

The CCC Lion Dance troupe would like to thank all the organisers of the event, and we can’t wait to perform for you guys again!

Vu Residence house warming

6th October 2018 – Bayswater

The CCC Lion Dance troupe performed at a house warming of one of their members family homes.

A small ceremony was performed in opening the eyes of the Fu Dog guardians of the house, then followed by the lion dance. Long firecrackers were lit in commencing the performance and celebrations. The lions blessed the house, paid respects to the Buddha Gods, and then got the green in spreading the luck for the residence of the new home.

The CCC Lion Dance wish the Vu’s everlasting prosperity and good health.

UWA Spring Fest

4th October 2018 – UWA

It was the annual Spring Fest at UWA, and after a successful performance last year, the CCC Lion Dance Troupe was once again invited back to perform. The event had many acts such as live bands, singing, Indonesian Cultural Dance, and of course the lion dance. The event also had a variety of different cultural food trucks available on the night.

The event was a major success with many of the attendees enjoying the foods and the acts the event had to offer. The lion dance was very much enjoyed by all as the audience got into the festive mood of things and patted and played with the lions.

The CCC Lion Dance Troupe would like to thank the organisers of Spring Fest for having us, and we look forward to next years Spring Fest.