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Friday’s Little Eat Street

Take a tast tour from Hong Kong to Hanoi with yum cha, teppanyaki, takoyaki, sushi, spicy sichuan, pho, and more at this Asian cultural experience. Pick up a copy of Chinatown Food Lover’s Guide to complete your entry form to win a trip for two to Seoul.

Where: Dixon & Little Hay Street, Haymarket

Cost: Free Entry

When: October 10, 17, 24 & 31

5pm to 10pm

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A Guide to Sydney’s Chinatown

Photojournalist and Sydneysider Ian Lloyd Neubauer captures the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of the city’s bustling Chinatown

Go to Ian’s Article

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Moon Festival

“The Mid-Autumn Festival is on its way!”

The Mid-Autumn Festival, also called “Moon festival” is held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar when the moon appears at its fullest and brightest. It has been a tradition for more than 1,000 years and it is the Chinese version of “Thanksgiving”.
According to the lunar calendar, Mid-Autumn Festival is on 8 September (Monday) this year.
During the festival month, Chinese families will always have gatherings and enjoy festive goodies such as mooncakes and pomelos to celebrate harmony, family unity and togetherness.
The festival also celebrates the legend of Chang Er, the lady who is believed to have floated to the moon after swallowing the elixir of eternal life and now lives on the moon.
Welcome to visit our market with your family or friends today!
We wish you all a lovely Moon Festival!
Chinatown Markets Sydney
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Dragonbeard-Candy

Have you heard about Dragon Beard Candy?

So, what is Dragon Beard Candy?

It is a traditional delicious sweet originating from the Ancient Chinese Palace.

Well, here are two options that you can get a taste of Dragon Beard Candy:

  1. Use a time travelling machine and fly back to the past.
  2. Get a fresh one from Mater Au on a Friday at Chinatown Markets from 4pm to 11pm!

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CHINATOWN MARKETS OPEN TOMORROW ON ANZAC DAY

Chinatown Markets operate as usual from 4pm to 11pm tomorrow on Anzac Day.

Feel free to visit us while celebrating the day that we will always remember Australians who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations.

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CHINATOWN MARKETS OPEN THIS GOOD FRIDAY…

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