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Join Broadway Commons for a spectacular evening to celebrate the Lunar New Year ushering in the Year of the OX! Look out for the incredible Lion Dance Performance. The first 20 families to meet in center court will receive good fortune! Receive a traditional red envelope with a gift card ranging from $5.00 - $50.00.
Authentic Shaolin Kung Fu
The lion dance, also called the 'lion lantern', is a form of traditional dance performed on joyous festivals and big occasions, such as the Spring Festival (Chinese New Year). It is a dance which imitates a lion's various movements and actions, performed in a lion costume, accompanied by the music of beating drums and gong instruments.
It is believed that the lion is an auspicious animal that brings good luck. Therefore, a lion dance is performed to pray for good luck during the Spring Festival or during other celebrations.
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