Sunday, May 26, 2024

Qinling Li

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Pepper Berries ripen, café to reopen

REDFERN: In February the Purple Goanna Café on 137 Redfern Street will start over as “PepperBerries at Redfern”. Newly at the helm will be Aunty Beryl Van-Oploo, the well-known Aboriginal hospitality teacher from Yaama Dhiyaan. “We want to provide fresh and easy Indigenous food for everyone and make this place feel like home. We hope this café will be a destination for everyone,” she said.

‘Chu Xi’ – Chinese Horse New Year’s Eve

Sydney Chinese New Year Festival includes many events over two weeks. Even though Chinese people in Sydney can watch Chinese art performances from the festival launch and watch lion dances in the city, they will still miss the Chinese New Year in China. Chinese food in Sydney’s Chinatown is so different from local Chinese food in China. Nothing here is equal to having a New Year reunion dinner with family in China.

Release the (stingless) bees!

REDFERN: The sustainable and organic James Street Reserve Community Garden has announced the arrival of a hive of stingless bees, with the help of sponsor Burt’s Bees. The tiny bees will function as stable pollinators and play a vital role in the whole ecosystem of the garden.