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Celebrate Lunar New Year with SBS

When

Every day, all day Saturday 29 January to Sunday 13 February

Cost

Free

SBS is celebrating The Year of the Tiger with an eye-grabbing pop-up installation at Custom's House Forecourt by local artist Chris Yee. Check it out from 29 January to 13 February and capture the moment with photos and #LNYSBS #LNY2022 to share in the fun.

All Australians are invited to mark Lunar New Year with a distinctive content line-up across the SBS network.

SBS is encouraging all Australians to celebrate the Year of the Tiger, wherever they are across the country, with a range of programming and activities on offer across the network in the lead up to and throughout Lunar New Year commencing 1 February. With a line-up including documentaries, dramas, movies, food programs and recipes, an expanded subtitled collection of programs on SBS On Demand, extensive coverage across SBS Radio, and much more, SBS will help bring people together at this important time of year marked by thousands of Australians.

SBS Radio’s language programs will deliver a wealth of content across platforms, engaging with audiences to hear how Australians are celebrating Lunar New Year in 2022, including interviews, videos, podcasts, competitions and articles, as well as social engagement and talkback with SBS’s diverse language communities. To get in the celebratory spirit, SBS Radio will also be bringing audiences an hour of Lunar New Year festive music every morning from 6am, kicking off next Monday 31 January until Tuesday 15 February.

SBS World Movies will celebrate with a curated collection of films, placing a spotlight on Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean movies, including Parasite, the Korean movie awarded Oscar winner for Best Picture. While SBS On Demand will offer an expanded collection of programs available with subtitles in Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean, and feature curated content including a selection of movies and television shows handpicked by Australian writer and broadcaster, Benjamin Law.

Find out more at sbs.com.au/LNY22

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