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Chinese new year traditions

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Chinese new year traditions. Get inspired and try out new things.
Popular Chinese New Year Superstitions - AspirantSG

Do you know that ladies have to hold off the urge to buy new shoes & the first person you greet determines your luck for the whole year? Read our Top 10 Chinese New Year Traditional Do's & Don'ts In Singapore to guide you towards a lucky new lunar year!

[infographic] A very interesting and engaging infographic answering all the common questions that we ask about Chinese New Year such as food, activities, length, decorations etc.

[infographic] A very interesting and engaging infographic answering all the common questions that we ask about Chinese New Year such as food, activities, length, decorations etc.

Chinese New Year 2021 — Year of Ox: Lunar New Year Date, Spring Festival Traditions

Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year or Spring Festival 2023 falls on Sunday, January 22nd, 2023. Rabbit is the new year animal. Learn more about Chinese Lunar New Year traditions, taboos, food, zodiac signs, and greetings.

These top Chinese New Year traditions are meant to bring good fortune. See some interesting traditions observed during Lunar New Year.

Celebrate New Year's like the Germans. Called Silvester, this holiday erupts in fireworks on the streets, lead pouring predictions, and "Dinner for One" on TV.

Chinese New Year is only a day away! To start a new year with a good luck, it's our Thai-Chinese tradition not do these certain things on Chinese New Year day.  #chinesenewyear #thailand #infographic #takemetour #travel #thailand

To make a fresh start with good fortune, the Thai-Chinese adhere to these superstitions and taboos. Here’s a list of things not to do on Chinese New Year.

Fun Facts About Chinese New Year

Did you know that in China there is a separate New Year celebration than the usual one on the night of December 31st? Well it’s true! Chinese New Year falls on January 28 this year Read More ...

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#ChineseNewYear #food #recipes #2019 Get more detail at https://advancehappynewyeareve.com/traditional-chinese-new-year-food-dishes/

The Lunar New Year is celebrated by the Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean, Mongolians & Tibetans. Many of the festivities center around food & dishes are chosen because they symbolize health, prosperity, or luck. Here are 12 foods & their symbolic meanings that you might find during Lunar or Chinese New Year.

The Lunar New Year is celebrated by the Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean, Mongolians & Tibetans. Many of the festivities center around food & dishes are chosen because they symbolize health, prosperity, or luck. Here are 12 foods & their symbolic meanings that you might find during Lunar or Chinese New Year.