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chinese new year 2013

This year's Vancouver Chinese New Year parade has so many additional participants that organizers have adjusted the start
Chinese New Year may not have the countdowns and party hats of its January 1st counterpart, but what it does have is a mass
A snake party. Yes, we're throwing a party in celebration of scaly serpents. Not because of a movie premiere ('Snakes on
February 10 kicks off Chinese New Year celebrations all around the world, and this year will be nothing short of sensational
Just when you've recovered from the Christmas holidays, here comes Chinese New Year, a time of feasting, family and firecrackers
NOTE: This article first appeared in 2013. In 2017, Chinese New Year will be celebrated on Jan. 28. It will be the year of
The streamers may be cleared away and the champagne depleted until next Dec. 31, but New Year's celebration aren't done just