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Red envelopes, firecrackers and astrology: Chinese New Year traditions
This year, Chinese New Year will open up the Year of the Dragon. Well-known Chinese New Year’s traditions include firecrackers, cash-filled red envelopes, and wearing the colour red. Why do...
Jan 23rd, 2012