The SBS Network invites all Australians to join us as we celebrate Chinese New Year 2023.
In honor of the Lunar New Year, SBS will feature unique programming across the SBS network from January 16th to February 5th, celebrating diverse cultures, traditions and food, bringing all Australians together during this special time. We encourage you to do so. Over 1.5 billion people worldwide. To welcome the Year of the Rabbit and the Cat, the content is available in more than nine languages, including Cantonese, English, Filipino, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Nepali and Vietnamese, showing the breadth and depth of the celebration. Introduce diversity.
“SBS is delighted to celebrate the Lunar New Year through our vast network and shine a light on the rich cultures, languages and traditions that make up modern Australia. We are proud to invite 500 Australians to join us,” said SBS Managing Director James Taylor.
“SBS will also partner with community festivals in all states and territories to participate in Chinese New Year events in all states and territories, including the multicultural NSW that lights up the sails of the Sydney Opera House.”
Highlights of SBS’s curated Chinese New Year content include:
SBS Radio’s cross-platform audio service comes in the language of broadcast radio, digital and podcasting, with cultural explanations such as understanding the difference between Year of the Rabbit and Year of the Cat (link). Learn Korean Sabae bow (link). Yellow flower symbolism for Vietnamese Australians (link), Feng Shui art (link), talkback his radio and expert interviews. food podcasts; and fun competitions and giveaways.
Music station SBS PopAsia will run a Chinese New Year playlist of Mandopop, V-Pop, Cantopop and K-Pop on Sunday, January 22 (10am, 12pm, 3pm and 8pm respectively), SBS Radio 1 will allow listeners to catch early morning C-pop sessions from January 21st to February 5th from 6am to 7am.
SBS On Demand expands its collection of movies and TV shows covering Asian drama, comedy and action, with English subtitles. This includes the Ip Man series starring Hong Kong actor and martial artist Donnie Yen. The Australian premiere of Season 1 of the Korean comedy-drama series Cleaning Up. A wheel of fate and illusion directed by Ryusuke Hamaguchi of Drive My Car. The classic Japanese horror movie Ju-on. SBS World Movies presents a season of Jackie Chan cult his classics such as Drunken Master and Kung Fu Yoga. Recent releases such as The Fortress in Korean, directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk, creator of the Netflix series Squid Game.
SBS’s main channel features the documentary “The Great Wall of China: The Hidden Story,” which shows how the Great Wall was built in the 16th century and why it was built in the 16th century. Broadcast drama series. , movies and documentaries on Sunday, January 22, beginning with Family Law Season 3 and ending with Chinatown Detectives Season 1.
On SBS Food, Destination Flavor host Adam Liaw travels to China to explore the history of China and his own family. We also introduce foodie favourites, Luke Nguyen’s Railway Vietnam and his Adam & Poh’s Malaysia in Australia. SBS Food online features diverse and delicious Asian recipes from renowned creators including Victor Liong, chef and owner of Chinese restaurant Lee Ho Fook.
SBS Voices will present a specially commissioned memoir by Korean-Australian Naeun Kim and a special Chinese New Year comedy roast by Kevin Jin.
SBS Learn has launched teacher resources to help elementary and middle school students celebrate the Year of the Rabbit and the Year of the Cat. These include curriculum-based activities, downloadable worksheets, and amazing art activities by illustrator, author, and educator her girlfriend Freda Chiu, and illustrator and muralist Christina Huynh. SBS Learn also hosts a summer book contest for teachers to win Chinese New Year-inspired books for their classrooms. Entries close on January 22nd. Visit sbs.com.au/learn
Anyone can join the SBS celebration. For example, use SBS’s 2023 Australian-wide Lunar New Year Celebration Guide (English, Cantonese) to get involved with the community, or use SBS’s fun Instagram filters for classic Chinese New Year dishes to try. you can find
Visit our website for distinctive Chinese New Year content.