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2014 Chinese New Year

Goodbye Year of the Snake, hello Year of the Horse! Friday marks the start of 15 days of celebrations to ring in a new zodiac
NOTE: This article was originally published in 2014. For 2017, the Lunar New Year occurs on Jan. 28, 2017 and it is the year
The world welcomed the start of the new year with voracious applause and fireworks, and now it's time to do it again. Yes
The beginning of the year offers many opportunities for astrology lovers to indulge, with everything from year-long horoscope
Goodbye, year of the water snake, and hello, year of the wooden horse. The Chinese New Year, or Nónglì Xinnián, is coming