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Bite size: Celebrate New Year the Chinese way

Some great food events for this year’s Dublin Chinese New Year Festival

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
31st January, 2016
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Kwanghi Chan of Söder+Ko will teach you how to make traditional Chinese New Year dishes

On February 11 at 6pm, and February 21 at 3pm, you can take a guided tour of the Asia Market store on Drury Street – you’ll learn about the ingredients it sells, and how to use them in your home cooking. Tickets are €5 including a goody bag.

Also on February 21, this time at 12.30pm in Cooks Academy on South William Street, Kwanghi Chan (right) of Söder+Ko will teach you how to make traditional...

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