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07 Jan All About Rabbits - Catchy Products with Rabbit Designs &Themes for the New Year
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This year, the Rabbit will make its entrance, hopefully bringing with it a gentler, calmer year. According to the Chinese zodiac, the adorable bunny is the luckiest of all the 12 animal signs; it is also agile, vigilant and quick-witted. It symbolizes elegance and beauty, perfect for lending whimsic..
06 Jan Let's Celebrate Chinese New Year 2023 – Year of the Rabbit!
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The Chinese New Year is a time for people to come together and celebrate the start of a new year according to the lunar calendar. People typically start decorating their homes for Chinese New Year a few weeks before the holiday begins. This is a time for people to clean their homes, buy new clothes ..
22 Jan SuperMall Is Still Open During The Chinese New Year
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The Chinese New Year holiday is coming! It is a time of family reunions and re-connection, prompting separated members to cross long distances and sit together at one table. No matter how far parents or their offspring have to travel in China, they are always willing to make the journey home during ..
11 Jan Best Chinese New Year Gift Ideas of 2022
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If you think gift-giving is over after December, think again, because we still got Lunar New Year 2022 to prep for! All my red envelope-loving peeps who celebrate know that this holiday is prime time to usher in happiness, great health, and prosperity (you know, all the good vibes) for the year ahea..
11 Jan Decoration And Clothes For Chinese New Year
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Happy Chinese New Year! Let's decorate your house and dress yourself or your kids with "Chinese Red"! It is believed that wearing new clothes from head to toe symbolizes a new start and fresh hopes for the New Year. Chinese usually wear red or other brightly-colored clothes on New Year's Day, to go ..
31 Dec How to Prepare & Celebrate Chinese New Year
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Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival, is China's most important festival. It is the festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar. The festival was traditionally a time to honor deities as well as ancestors and now it ..
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