Chinese new years

Get ready to ring in the Chinese New Year with style. Discover exciting traditions, delicious recipes, and festive decorations to make this celebration unforgettable.
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Do people in Japan celebrate lunar new year?

The lunar new year is known as Chinese new year, and it is normally celebrated around late January to sometime in February. This year it is on the 25th of January 2020 ( depends on the country ). In most of the Asian countries, people celebrate the lunar new year. All most all the Asian countries celebrate it, but

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Chinese New Year in Macao

Macau Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year, is a unique opportunity to see the city during the most festive time of the year. During Chinese New Year in Macau, the city morphs into a continuous multiple-day celebration that can be experienced throughout the city by residents and tourists.

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Year of the Snake - Hither & Thither

Chinese New Year’s Day falls on Sunday, and marks the start of the year of the snake. I don’t think we’ll be in a position to see any of the festivities this year, but the parade in New York was always a highlight. In other news, I just learned that Hither & Thither was nominated […]

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