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Museum of Liverpool celebrates Year of the Pig

28 January 2019 by Claire

Folded lucky money envelopes made by volunteers as part of the Pigsy Challenge project

A Lucky Pigsy sculpture celebrating Chinese new year is to go on display at the Museum of Liverpool from 1 February.

During Chinese New Year celebrations, which mark the beginning of the new lunar year, Liverpool’s Chinatown really comes to life. 2019 is the Year of the Pig, the 12th animal of the Chinese zodiac. In ancient folklore, it is believed that the pig is 12th zodiac sign because he was the last animal to cross the river in the Jade Emperor’s Great Race. Read more…



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