Photo Credit | Atlanta Chinatown Mall

Chinese New Year in 2019 is the year of the pig! In Chinese culture, pigs are the symbol of wealth. Learn about Chinese culture with dim sum, a fun, family-friendly culinary experience, or head to a festival with traditional dances.

Give Dim Sum a Try

For those who are unfamiliar, dim sum is reminiscent of Asian tapas, offering countless small plates of dumplings, rolls, buns and soups. The variety in flavors, textures and portion size makes is easy for children to find a favorite.

Atlanta Chinese Lunar New Year Festival at the Culture Center of Taipei Economic & Cultural Office

A weekend full of cultural entertainment including the traditional dragon and lion dances, Chinese folk music, arts and dance as well as authentic Chinese foods. Feb. 9 and 10. 

Chinese New Year Celebration at Atlanta Chinatown Mall 

Festive entertainment including the lion dance, dance groups and musical performances. Browse the mall for authentic Chinese food, art and products. Feb. 9 and 10. 

Celebrate Chinese New Year: A Cultural Exploration at Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Performance by the Atlanta Chinese Dance Company, storytime and cooking class. Feb. 10.

Chinese New Year Celebration at Doc Chey’s Noodle House and Dragon Bowl 

Lucky Foods Benefiting The Giving Kitchen: Enjoy a trio of foods believed to bring good luck in the new year. Feb. 2-16. Lion Dances & Fortune Cookie Prizes: Dine-in for lunch or dinner on select dates and crack open a fortune cookie to reveal a prize. Feb. 2, at Morningside and Dragon Bowl. Feb. 9 at Grant Park. 

Chinese New Year Party at Sweet Auburn Barbecue

Chinese pop-up menu served tapas style and traditional lion dancers. Feb. 12. 

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