Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year, or Lunar New Year, is typically celebrated on the second new moon after the winter ...
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Jester002
01/21/2010

Chinese New Year 4

I'm gonna have to make some Chinese friends so I can celebrate another new years! You know these guys gotta have good fireworks!

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GenghisTheHun
01/08/2006

Chinese New Year 2

Chinese festivals are so exciting that I want....ZZzzz.

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Drummond
12/27/2005

Chinese New Year 5

Gung hey fat choy! Any excuse to eat Chinese food!

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Alexg681
01/24/2005

Chinese New Year 3

I guess a nice day for Chinese.

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jdwesterman
01/21/2005

Chinese New Year 5

I think the celebration of the lunar new year is great. The lion and dragon dances are very colorful and exciting. The celebrations are family oriented and seem to celebrate life in a much more meaningful way than the traditional western celebration where everyone just gets plastered.

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sfalconer
12/08/2004

Chinese New Year 1

Why can't they have the same New Year as the rest of us.:)

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Daccory
10/31/2004

Chinese New Year 3

Soho in London has a big celebration as I imagine all Chinatown's worldwide do. Would be great to go to Hong Kong and see it. At least you get to know what animal year it is.

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kamylienne
10/16/2003

Chinese New Year 4

Growing up in a chinese-american household, Chinese New Year was pretty tedious; we'd do a show at what was basically an old folk's home as "community service". The erratic gongs and drums didn't suit me well then. Now, I don't mind it as much. Of course, this isn't a holiday for everyone (by the way, what's the deal with people being so uptight over it? No one's forcing you to celebrate it, why do you people care so much about what other people do when it doesn't concern you?).

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AmazingMole
04/02/2003

Chinese New Year 5

Big Baby & Sfalconer deserve the biggest bigot award. BigBaby complains about the Japs taking over television & believes that America should not celebrate a Communist holiday like Chinese New Year. Sfalconer wonders why the Chinese Americans don't celebrate the same holiday. It is obvious that these racists have zero knowledge of Chinese New Year. First of all, Asian Americans are not Communist. My Best friend is a Chinese American & Gulf War Veteran. NO MAO ties here..This is most diverse country in the world. Everybody celebrate different holidays like Hanukah and Kwanzaa. Why do Asians celebrate Chinese New Year? This holiday symbolizes family unity and honors the past and present generations. Sorry for the long rant, but bigots piss me off.

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BIGBABY
03/29/2003

Chinese New Year 1

I dont know why this gets so much attention in America! This is America, not communist China!

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