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This Lunar New Year, which falls on February 1, 2022, we usher in the Year of The Tiger! In Chinese culture, the Tiger is considered the "King of all Beasts" and is a symbol of strength, tenacity, and boldness. Tigers love adventure and are extremely competitive and confident. They are also known to…
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2021 Lunar New Year falls on February, 12th on the lunar calendar. Also known as Spring Festival or Chinese New Year, it is the most important celebration of the year, which lasts 16 days, from New Year's Eve to the 15th day of the New Year—the Lantern Festival. Mainland China will enjoy a seven-day…
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On 25th January, Chinese around the world will celebrate the Lunar New Year, also known as “Spring Festival” in China. Observances traditionally take place from the evening preceding the first day of the year to the Lantern Festival, held on the 15th day of the month on the Lunar calendar. Mainland…