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Lantern Festival: Traditions for the End of China’s Holiday Season
By Ally Wang This year, the Chinese lunar new year fell on Feb. 1 — day 1 of the 1st lunar month (正月初一) according to the traditional calendar. Fifteen days later marks the Lantern Festival,...
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Ordinary North Koreans Steal Feces for Fertilizer While Officials Import Chinese New Year Luxuries
In both North and South Korea, the lunar new year, known as Seollal, is supposed to be a time of celebration and feasting. As with their Chinese neighbors, Koreans welcomed the Year of the Tiger...
Five Traditional Dishes to Eat During the Chinese New Year to Bring You Good Luck and Prosperity
This Lunar New Year, taking place today, will celebrate the Year of the Tiger, so invoke good luck and fortune with these traditional and delicious Chinese dishes: DumplingsThis Chinese staple is a traditional must-eat food...
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As US-China Tensions Simmer, State Department Offers Lunar New Year Greetings
According to the lunar calendar, 2022 is the Year of the Tiger, and Jan. 31 is Lunar New Year’s Eve.  U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced the Chinese New Year celebratory greetings on Feb....
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‘Disgusting’ CCP Propaganda Offending Uyghurs on Display at Chinese New Year’s Celebration in New Zealand
New Zealand news source Stuff recently covered a story about an offensive imitation of Uyghur culture during a recent Chinese New Year’s celebration. The display has been deemed a harmful extension of Chinese Communist Party...
A medical worker (L) administers a Covid-19 coronavirus vaccine to a man at a temporary vaccination center in Beijing on January 8, 2021. (Image: STR/CNS/AFP via Getty Images)
Provinces Across China Enter ‘Wartime’ Mode to Contain CCP Virus Outbreaks
Chinese authorities have announced that the provinces of Ningxia, Liaoning, Henan, Heilongjiang, Hebei, and the provincial-level regions of Beijing and Inner Mongolia are in "wartime mode" due to a spike in CCP virus infections. Public...
Marking the End of Chinese New Year With Lanterns and Dumplings
This Feb. 19 is the 15th day of the first lunar month, making it the last day of traditional Chinese New Year festivities. Because of the religious origins of the festival, in which monks would...