Chinese New Year usually falls in January or February and it marks the start of Lunar New Year. It is a time for celebration and festivity in Chinese cultures. Most importantly it's a time to get together and enjoy incredible food, with recipes passed down through generations.
In the lead up to the New Year, people will prepare for the big feast, buy new clothes, clean and decorate their home to welcome their guests. People will travel across the country in order to spend time with family.
Here in Lee Kum Kee, whether it’s a small occasion with family and friends, or a night to remember with a huge celebration, we have a number of recipes and products to help you throw the perfect feast.
Memories are made at home! This year we’re celebrating all things family and the memorable experiences we’re making at home. Find out how we’re celebrating Chinese New Year 2021 and how you can get involved.
With a nod to authentic Chinese food symbolism, we’ve partnered with some incredible Chefs to create exciting recipes to help you celebrate Chinese New Year. Ken Hom, Ping Coombes, Jeremy Pang, Sandia Chang, Julius Jaspers and Monique van Loon have all partnered with us to create the ultimate collection of Chinese New Year recipes that are crammed full of flavour and spice to brighten your taste buds.