As China bids farewell to the Year of the Tiger and rings in the Year of the Rabbit this month, many Americans are wondering: Is China eclipsing the U.S. and taking over as the world's new superpower?
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The Chinese New Year Festival is a time for family and friends to pay respects to gods, spirits, and ancestors, as well as wish each other good fortune in the upcoming year.
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By Patrick Winn
BANGKOK, Thailand -- Asia's most venerated beast, the tiger, is being wiped out by those most obsessed with its folky mystique.
Forget that golfer, it really is the Year of the Tiger.
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In Chinese astrology, the Tiger is a dynamic and powerful sign. Its nature is unpredictable, courageous, and powerful. Therefore, the Year of the Tiger is usually associated with change.
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