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    Pattaya - Chinese New Year Festival announced

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    Friday 2nd February 2007
    Chinese New Year Festival announced at Pattaya City Hall press conference.
    At Pattaya City Hall a colorful press conference was held in conference room 401 to confirm the details of this year’s Chinese New Year Festival which will take place between 16th and 18th February on Walking Street and the Bali Hai Port in South Pattaya. Khun Ronagit, Deputy Mayor of Pattaya, Khun Itipon, Adviser to the Mayor and Khun Soontorn, Chairman of the Walking Street Committee along with Khun Chaiwat, Director of the Tourism Authority of Thailand Region 3 announced the Festival which will undoubtedly attract many Thai and International Tourists to Pattaya. Chinese Dragons, Traditional Chinese Shows and lots of Chinese Food along the entire stretch of Walking Street are some of the highlights of the event which begins in 2 weeks time.


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    Performances from eight Chinese provinces will welcome in the Year of the Pig
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    Chinese New Year will be celebrated in Pattaya from February 16 to 18, with art and cultural performances from eight provinces in China, arranged by the Tourism Authority of Thailand Central Office Region 3, being a main feature.
    Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh held a meeting on January 26 at Pattaya City Hall to discuss the arrangements, along with deputy chairman of the Walking Street Committee Suntorn Gangsirikul and TAT Region 3 assistant director Mrs Pinnat Charoenphol.
    The eight provinces will be featured on February 16, while competitions will be a feature on the following day and a concert with many star names will be staged on February 18.
    Pinnat said that the TAT intends to help create a special relationship between the Thai people and the many Chinese visitors now coming to Pattaya, along with making sure the festival is fun for other foreign tourists and Thai visitors.

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    Monday 19th February 2007
    Pattaya celebrates the Chinese New Year.
    Sunday Night at the Bali Hai Port located at the South end of Pattaya Beach, saw the culmination of the weekends Chinese New Year Festivities. The evening’s proceedings began with Khun Niran, the Mayor of Pattaya who opened the event which featured Chinese Dragons and stage shows to celebrate the beginning of the Year of the Pig. We checked out Walking Street which was predictably busy with regular tourists and those who came especially to enjoy the weekends Chinese New Year Festival.



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    Saturday 17th February 2007
    Chinese New Year Festivities begin at the Bali Hai Port.
    On Friday Night, the Chinese New Year Festivities began at the Bali Hai Port at the south end of Pattaya Beach. On this night, a performance of the China 8 Provinces Art Troup took place. Khun Prachar, the Governor of Chonburi, along with members of the Pattaya City Administration and representatives from the Tourism Authority of Thailand had front-row seats for the event which featured spectacular stage performances. This colorful and traditional Chinese show was enjoyed by the many hundreds of VIP’s and tourists who came to enjoy the event. The Chinese New Year will take place on Sunday 18th February and will welcome in the Year of the Pig and don’t forget that Chinese New Year Festivities will be taking place on Walking Street and at the Bali Hai Port all weekend.



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