LEGO Chinese New Year Temple Fair and Lion Dance sets now available globally [News]

LEGO has made the two new Chinese New Year regional exclusives for 2020 available worldwide. 80105 Chinese New Year Temple Fair comes with 1,664 pieces, 14 minifigures and features a lively festival around a temple gate for US $119.99 | CAN $159.99 | UK £89.99.

80104 Lion Dance comes with 882 pieces, eight minifigures including a new rat costume, and five brick-built dancing lions for US $79.99 | CAN $109.99 | UK £64.99.

80105 Chinese New Year Temple Fair | 1,664 pieces
US $119.99 | CAN $159.99 | UK £89.99

The Chinese New Year Temple Fair depicts a lively festival like the ones seen in towns and cities throughout China around the lunar new year. The set features a large temple gate, blossoming trees, four stalls, and 14 minifgures. The set features new prints of ornate detailing on the temple gate, traditional signage, and various foods and treats available at the stalls, as well as many new colors of pieces like red pumpkins as lanterns and a red scarf.

80104 Lion Dance | 882 pieces
US $79.99 | CAN $109.99 | UK £64.99

The Lion Dance showcases traditional Chinese Spring Festival dancers and costumes, and features five brick-built lion figurines along with a percussion team, dancing stage, and ornate temple gate. Eight minifigures come with the set including dancers, a family, and one minifigure in a new rat costume marking the Year of the Rat.

40436 Lucky Cat | 134 pieces
US $9.99 | CAN $12.99 | UK £9.99

Though not a regional exclusive, the last of LEGO’s Chinese-themed sets for 2020 features a lucky white cat with a waving arm. Check out our review of 40436 Lucky Cat for a closer look.

2 comments on “LEGO Chinese New Year Temple Fair and Lion Dance sets now available globally [News]

  1. Purple Dave

    1. So, any odds on whether or not we see the rat head used in the next numbered CMF series?

    2. Is the rat minifig supposed to be holding a cabbage?

    3. I see two minifigs that are about to lose their arms. Remember kids, when celebrating holidays with military ordnance…don’t hold it in your hand while waiting for it to “pop”! That’s what your neighbor’s yard is for.

  2. David

    These sets are pretty awesome.

    Seeing how there is a demand for them all around the world and not just China, may it could give ideas to Lego… Such as releasing similar sets from many different cultures… Does any Lego representative read this blog?

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