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Happy Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year is the biggest calendar event for many South-East Asian and East Asian countries. While traditions and celebrations may differ between communities, Lunar New Year represents a fresh start for all. 2024 is the year of Dragon which is believed to embody power, strength, luck and wisdom.

There is a sea of red and gold at Auburn Early Learning Centre this week with children dressing in traditional costume and making traditional food.

From all at Barnardos Australia, we send wishes for good health, luck and prosperity to you and your families.

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