Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year cuisine in Vegas

Chinese New Year in Vegas has become a major event. After all, a 128-foot dragon (at the Palazzo) isn’t built for just anything. In addition to opulent decorations from hotels like the Palazzo and the Bellagio, the year of the dragon has brought a surge of Chinese New Year menus…

Vegas celebrates Chinese New Year: Year of the Dragon

If you’re coming to Vegas for Chinese New Year, then you’re in for a treat. Chinese New Year falls on Monday, Jan. 23. Vegas celebrates with larger-than-life displays, traditional dances and headlining acts. And since it’s the Year of the Dragon, this stirs up plenty of excitement on its own. Regarded as the…

Vegas Weekender: Vegas is home to great tunes and big laughs

Kung Hei Fat Choy! Vegas has been setting up to celebrate the start of the Chinese New Year next week, with ornate displays throughout some of the city’s nicest resorts, most of which are already on display. Make it a point to take in some of these Chinese-inspired sights during…

Vegas celebrates Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is one of the most important festivities in China and Taiwan and every year, Las Vegas goes all out to help celebrate the holiday. Chinese New Year 2011 (the year of the rabbit) begins on Feb. 3 and lasts for 15 days. Rabbits seem to be multiplying all over…

Chinese New Year – Vegas style

In Vegas, we go all out for everything. And while we’re not in China, we sure celebrate like we are! Below are events for Chinese New Year (Year of the Tiger) you don’t want to miss. Palazzo and Venetian The Palazzo and Venetian celebrate Chinese New Year and the Year of…