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Chinese New Year 2021 and 2022

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In 2022, pupils enjoyed a Chinese New Year festival via a day of live interactive online and recorded sessions. Find the videos on our Chinese New Year 2022 YouTube playlist.

You can also check out our Chinese New Year resources for 2021, many of which can also be used this year.

All the videos can be found together in our Confucius Institute playlist on YouTube.

Find out more about other opportunities from our Wales China Schools project.

To view our resources for Chinese New Year 2023, visit this page.

Find out more

For more information about the activity, please visit our website.

About the organiser

This activity is organised by Cardiff Confucius Institute. Contact Victoria Ucele at for more details.

How to book

These online Chinese New Year activities can be used by school pupils either in class, with their families or by themselves.

No booking required.

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  • TickFamilies
  • TickFoundation - ages 3-7, foundation year and years 1 and 2
  • TickKey stage two - ages 7-11, years 3-6
  • TickKey stage three - ages 11-14, years 7-9
  • TickKey stage four - ages 14-16, years 10-11
  • TickKey stage five - ages 16-18, years 12-13

Curriculum themes

  • TickHealth and wellbeing
  • TickHumanities
  • TickLanguages, literacy and communication
  • TickSocial sciences
  • TickExtracurricular

Activity type

  • TickActivity
  • TickOnline resource
  • TickTalk or lecture
  • TickWorkshop


  • TickExtracurricular or independent learning
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