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The residents of Kew Care Group had a delightful time recently as they celebrated the Chinese New Year. This festival is celebrated to mark the beginning of a new lunar year and is a major holiday in Chinese culture. The celebration also signifies the end of winter and the start of the spring season. This year, the year of the Wood Dragon officially started on Saturday, February 10th.

The residents enthusiastically engaged in various activities to celebrate the occasion. They enjoyed an array of delicious Chinese cuisine, including dumplings, noodles, and rice dishes. They also participated in arts and crafts activities, making lanterns and decorating them with Chinese symbols and characters. The staff at Kew Care Group ensured that the residents had a memorable and enjoyable experience. They decorated the homes with red lanterns, Chinese symbols, and dragon decorations. They also played traditional Chinese music to add to the festive atmosphere.

Overall, the Chinese New Year celebration brought joy and happiness to the residents of Kew Care Group. It was a fantastic opportunity for them to learn more about the culture and celebrate with their friends and loved ones.