Lion Dance wiv me

Rice Paper Scissors‘ monthlong Lunar New Year celebration continues this Friday at the legendary Verdi Club! Here’s what’s up:

Growing up, the Lunar New Year meant dinner with the family and lots of li xi (both great things.) But why not celebrate the Lunar New Year like you would for the January New Year?

It’ll be everything you know and love about the Lunar New Year: red envelopes, traditional dress and new year foods — but done with a modern take.

Red envelopes will be filled with Asian candy. Attendees are encouraged to dress in their best ao dai or cheongsam to sport in the photobooth. Vietnamese street food snacks will be available purchase.

The best part? Professional lion dancers will come join the dance party — all combining our favorite Lunar New Year traditions starting Year of the Snake our way.

Let’s party, B! Tickets, menu details and more right here.

RSVP and invite your friends!

Now let’s watch the Rice Paper Scissors team’s take on the Harlem Shake:

10 Responses to “Lion Dance wiv me”

  1. scum says:

    Enough with the Harlem Mistake.

  2. bellpeppernostrils says:

    no no girl, leave the dragon mask on.

  3. Edward Albee says:

    It’s called the Albee….now go blow up a transmission line outside of Indian Hat or Tuba City.

  4. commentariatsays says:

    SHAKE AND BAKE IS WHAT THAT WAS. MISSION MISSION WHERE ARE YOU?

  5. TinyTim says:

    Makes me wish that we could return to “Twistin’ the Night Away.”

    What do the people of Harlem say about naming an inconsequential movement after their fair neighborhood?
    In 12 minutes I’m going to post a video that by day’s end will go viral with 2,439,046 views. It will consist of nothing more than my ring finger wagging to the beat of Parkou and the Zipper-Eaters.

    • commentariatsays says:

      THE VIDEO IS ALREADY OUT THERE. USE THE INTERNET ALREADY. PEOPLE OF HARLEM SAD THAT A DANCE THAT IS A REAL DANCE HAS HAD ITS NAME TAKEN BY WHAT IS NOT REALLY A DANCE BUT MORE A TYPE OF MUSIC VIDEO THAT COLLEGEHUMOR.COM MADE POPULAR. WELCOME TO LIFE IN AMERICA.

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