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Tianli Zu is taking on traditions -- and creating new ones.
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January 28, 2017 is the start of the Chinese (or Lunar) New Year. This year marks the Year of the Fire Rooster. People with this zodiac sign are considered trustworthy and responsible, with a strong s...
The Lunar New Year is officially here.
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Kylie Kwong is in charge and we're in for a feast.
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Unsurprisingly, this year is all about patience and perseverance.
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There'll be lion dancers, lanterns and lots of food.
Chinese New Year falls on Monday and marks the beginning of the Year of the Monkey. Also called the Lunar New Year, or the Spring Festival, the holiday is steeped in layers of myths and traditions. Th...
As Chinese New Year approaches and prepare to welcome the Year of the Monkey on Monday the 8th February, we're dreaming of dumplings and food comas courtesy of the country's incredibly diverse, delici...