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Chinese New Year

Astrology may not predict the future, but it can provide some meaning.
Any parent who names their kid Splinter gets ALL our respect.
Other Canadian locations are also celebrating with special menus and activities.
The Year of the Pig is coming.
Feb. 16 marks the beginning of the Year of the Earth Dog.
It's not all bad!
Kung Hei Fat Choi! The Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in Chinese culture, celebrated with traditional decorations, family reunions, fireworks and, of course, delicious feasts.
People around the world will be welcoming the Year of the Rooster come January 28 with extravagance and excitement. No one city in the world celebrates the Chinese New Year the same way over the 15-day long festivity.
Many legends surround the origins of the zodiac animals. The most commonly told story involves the Jade Emperor. He decreed that the first 12 animals in the universe to complete a race would be chosen as calendar signs, and the order in which they finished the race would determine the order of the zodiac.
Chow down!
Chinese New Year falls on January 28 this year.