Get good fortune blessing

WELCOMING the Chinese New Year with music, dance, food and loads of good fortune, the Campsie Centre invites shoppers to enjoy a fun day next Saturday from noon.

To celebrate the Year of the Tiger, in which all other animals on the zodiac are said to do well, Campsie Centre will come alive with a sea of colour, rousing tunes, delicious food options and many in-store discounts.
Known as the king of all beasts in China, the zodiac Tiger sign is a symbol of strength, braveness and exorcising evils; Chinese children wear hats or shoes with a tiger symbol for good luck.
“Many of our customers are of Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese backgrounds and for them the Lunar New Year of the Tiger brings exciting opportunities and the prospect of a prosperous year ahead,” Campsie Centre manager Graeme Bailey said.
“This year’s Lion Dance is spectacular and the Man of Wealth will also be going from store to store handing out fortune cookies and blessings so be sure to come along and enjoy all the fun next Saturday, February 5.”