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Gong xi fa cai - Happy New Year

I unfortunately missed the part where I am to write a New Year post on 1 January 2016, but I now have the opportunity with the Chinese New Year that came in last night. 891 more words

Ang Pow

2016 is the Year of the Monkey!

The Chinese New Year has arrived! I’d like to take this opportunity to wish all my readers a Happy Spring Festival, and a prosperous 2016! Every year during… 396 more words


A culture so divine will never be mine

I love to write poems but I also love to read poems. I just read an incredibly poem called ”Chinese New Year” by Lynda Hull. Lynda Hull was born in Newark, New Jersey, in 1954.  219 more words


Chinese New Year's Day Taboos

There are things one shouldn’t do on or around Chinese New Year’s Day. Here’s a list to help you prepare.

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Chinese Traditions

Year of the Monkey

Happy New Year!

Few Chinese Horoscope books contain overall prognostications for the year. In my large collection of these books, one of the few that does is the first edition of Theodora Lau’s… 1,061 more words

Chinese Traditions

立春 〜 The Dawn of Spring

Today is the start of the Spring in traditional Chinese Calendar. It is commonly known as Li Chun (立春).

Li Chun was very important in Ancient China. 121 more words


Vaughan welcomes the Year of the Monkey

Chinese New Year: a celebration of diversity and culture

We are so fortunate to live in a city where there are many opportunities throughout the year to celebrate the different cultures and diversities that make us special. 743 more words