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Dazed and Tiger celebrate the Chinese New Year

Tiger Beer and Dazed will be bringing in the year of the Tiger with four specially curated events in London's Chinatown.

Dazed & Confused and Tiger Beer will be getting together to welcome the year of the Tiger and celebrate Chinese New Year 2010 in style. With four special events all happening on Thursday February 11, we will be taking over some of London Chinatown's most well-known restaurants to showcase a new wave of exciting Chinese creative talent.

We will be exhibiting a mix of post-apocalytic visions, melting landscapes and video installations by artists Gordon Cheung, Gayle Chong Kwan and Suki Chan at the New Loon Fung restaurant. The legendary Chuen Cheung Ku will play host to a trio of Chinese photographers; Kai Z Feng, Madi Ju and Li Wei. At the Prince Charles Cinema, we will be screening the award-winning feature debut She, a Chinese by director and novelist Xiaolu Guo.

Super producer Howie B who has travelled to China regularly will be DJ at our New World party along with a live performance from electronic duo White from Beijing. You can then pop along back to Prince Charles for a midnight screening of the classic A Chinese Ghost Story starring Leslie Cheung.

The Dazed February issue out next week will also come with a supplement with profiles of all participating artists as well as a mini-guide to the different Chinatowns in the UK.

Events Programme for Thursday February 11, 2010

New World (1 Gerrard Place) 9pm-12pm, Live Music and Party: White (Live), Howie B(DJ Set)

New Loon Fung (42-44 Gerrard Street) 7pm-11.30pm, Art Exhibition: Gordon Cheung, SUki Chan, Gayle Chong Kwan

Chuen Cheung Ku (17 Wardour Street) 7pm-11.30pm, Photography Exhibition: Kai Z Feng, Madi Ju, Li Wei

Prince Charles Cinema (7 Leicester Square) 6pm Screening of She, A Chinese (dir. Xiaolu Guo) and a midnight screening of a A Chinese Ghost Story

We are giving away 600 wristbands that will give access to all four events on the night. Click here for more details.

To find out more about what else Tiger Beer has planned for Chinese New Year as part of their 'Tiger Lucky 8' schedule click here. Arts and photography events co-curated by Freire Barnes.