Chinese New Year Camps 2021

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Although we may not be able to travel this year, there are still plenty of things to do in Hong Kong over the holidays. We’ve rounded up the best kids Chinese New Year camps 2021. Covering all sorts of wonderful activities to keep the kids busy over Chinese new Year.

Baker & Bloom

Baker & Bloom will be offering a series of STEM based camps over CNY. Including creative writing, storytelling. Camps are available face to face and virtually.

  • When: 8 -19 Feb 2021
  • Ages: 4 – 18 years
  • For more information visit: Baker & Bloom

Faust

Offering 4 days of holiday theatre, creative writing and play in a day workshops. Faust is sure to be a hit with all ages over CNY. With options for in person and online sessions.

  • When: 16 -20 Feb 2021
  • Ages: 4 – 15 years
  • For more information visit: Faust

Rope Skipping

Rope Skipping is an exciting and challenging sport that can enhance the body co-ordination and team cooperation of children. Class includes a free rope.

  • When: 18 & 19 Feb 2021
  • Ages: 4 – 10 years
  • For more information visit: YWCA
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Ark Eden

With 10 days of themed camps to choose from, look no further than Ark Eden this CNY. Lots of outdoor fun with games, challenges, cooking and carpentry. Think camping, wood-fires, obstacle courses and exploring the outdoors.

  • When: 8 – 19 Feb 2021
  • Ages: 5 – 11 years
  • For more information visit: Ark Eden

Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Day

This class focuses on basic Chinese calligraphy and painting techniques such as ink, brushes, mixing of colours and use of paper. Students are encouraged to develop their own style through learning the basics.

  • When: 10 – 11 Feb 2021
  • Ages: 3+
  • For more information visit: YWCA

Active Kids

Science adventures, chess academy, stormy chefs, robocode, mission runway, artcrafters, you name it and Active Kids is running it! Give your little ones a chance to explore a range of different topics this CNY to stimulate all their senses. In-person and online classes available.

  • When: 8 – 20 Feb 2021
  • Ages: 3 – 17 years
  • For more information visit: Active Kids
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Kids Gallery – The Great Race: The Story of The Chinese Zodiac

Kids Gallery will be offering a range of workshops this CNY this year with a focus on the Chinese Zodiac, from traditional story telling, to musical theatre and clay modelling.

  • When: 9 – 18 Feb 2021
  • Ages: 3 – 6 years
  • For more information visit: Kids Gallery

CNY Lion Dance and Kung Fu

If you want to experience true traditional Chinese culture, this class offers the perfect chance. Children can learn the simple playing and rhythm of Lion Dancing by acting as the lion head and playing an assortment of related instruments.

  • When: 16 – 17 Feb 2021
  • Ages: 4 – 8 years
  • For more information visit: YWCA

Cobo Academy

Learn new coding skills at Cobo Acadmey this CNY. Camps will be offered in flagship Wan Chai and Kowloon, as well as online.

  • When: 16 – 19 Feb 2021
  • Ages: 4 – 16 years
  • For more information visit: Cobo Academy
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Family Nature Play – Dating with Sparrow

Messy play allows a child to explore their senses by providing the opportunity to pour, mix, squeeze and squelch materials not normally available to them. It taps into a child’s curiosity about the world around them and feeds their irresistible urge to try new things out and experiment. Through nature play in the city, children can explore in a variety of environments, inside and outside the classroom.

  • When: 17 – 19 Feb 2021
  • Ages: 3 – 7 years
  • For more information visit: YWCA

Banana Art Club

Multi art camps available at the Banana Art Club over CNY

  • When: 18 Jan 12 Mar 2021
  • Ages: All ages
  • For more information visit: Banana Art Club

Helen O’Grady Drama Camp

Join this super fun drama camp to find out more about Bei the Lion. Different from the other lions, Bei likes vegetables, has a colourful tail and loves to dance! Every New Year, Bei hears the drums beating and can’t stop his feet from moving. Is this the year Bei finally gets to dance?

  • When: 29 – 31 Jan 2020
  • Ages: 4 – 7 years
  • For more information visit: For more information visit: YWCA

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