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New Year in China is the most important day of the Chinese calender.

It’s also known as ‘Spring Festival’. However, in China, New Year is celebrated on February 10th. That’s because they’re backwards and don’t understand.

This leads us to the Western version of New Year which traditionally falls on the 31st of December and once again Tamarai brings us DISCREET NEW YEAR but with an Asian twist. We  have had a sneak peek at the decor and it is simply 他妈的惊人. We expect a flurry of ping-pong, lanterns, dragons and chop-stick extravaganza! 我们不能等待! Stay tuned for an amazing lineup of entertainment to be announced soon.

N.B: We at are not racist, we love the Chinese. We order Mr.Wok every day.

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