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CHINESE NEW YEAR
Why There's No 'Cultural Exception' To LGBTI Equality
Chief, Equality & Non-discrimination, U.N. Human Rights Office...
To those who claim that protecting tradition requires denying equal rights, the UN has a simple message.
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The Lunar New Year Isn't Only For Chinese People
From Korea to Vietnam, lion dances and lantern ceremonies are a sight to behold.
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Lunar New Year Isn't Only For Chinese People
Here are just some of the many ways Asians across the world celebrate Lunar New Year.
8 Lunar New Year Facts Show Holiday's Chinese Roots Are Glorious
The Chinese Zodiac can be traced back to a celestial race between animals.
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#FredinChina: The Mobile Payment War
CEO and Co-founder of FRED & FARID, Host of ‘Fred in China’ on...
The HotTopic of the week is the Chinese New Year, going from the year of the Goat to the year of the Monkey. It's a huge celebration in China. It is the biggest migration of all species on the planet at that particular time of the year.
#FredinChina: Alibaba Wins the Chinese New Year
CEO and Co-founder of FRED & FARID, Host of ‘Fred in China’ on...
This week Alibaba, the Chinese giant e-commerce company, is the brand which has been the most talked about in China. A few years ago Alibaba launched a big e-commerce festival on the 11th of November called 11.11, which is the Chinese equivalent to Black Friday in the US.
Top 3 Restaurants in Vancouver for Chinese New Year
Award winning journalist and filmmaker
Foodie Craig Stowe takes me to three of the best Chinese Restaurants in Vancouver to celebrate Chinese New Year. Lin's for the juicy dumplings, Peaceful for the handmade noodles, and Shanghai for the fish noodles.
Violent Start To Chinese New Year In Hong Kong As Police Clash With Street Vendors
This isn't the first time this has happened.
Lunar New Year 2016: Facts, Dates, And Ancient Traditions
The Year of the Monkey starts Monday and festivities last for 15 days.
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Tiny 'Lion' Celebrates Lunar New Year With Adorably Fierce Dance
It may as well be the Year of the Tiny Dog.
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The 10 Stages of Coming Out to My Conservative Chinese Father
Your Gay Best Friend, Merman-in-Training, Twitter & IG @KeayNi...
For a moment after I finished, I felt this sense of confidence rising inside of me. I presumed that my father was going to say, 'OK, fine,' and then just accept the situation like it was no big deal. But when he finally spoke his mind, I realized that I wasn't ready for what was to come.
I Knew New in the Spring
Stress reductionist who works on-site in corporate and creativ...
New feelings of bliss can be introduced into the day, unexpected and simple. Life does go in cycles and circles and it shifts as we evolve. I've known about the healing potential of synchronicity and see it now unfolding daily in my life.
Reinventing Ways to Stand Out and Be Remembered
Business Coach, Consultant, Reinvention Expert, Promoter of Di...
By doing the unexpected, you separate yourself from others and are remembered by prospects, clients and referral sources as being unique. The devil is in the details, people!
'Praying Pig' Goes Viral In China
Year of the Sheep, Century of the Dragon?
Roving correspondent for the Asia Times
The U.S. media has a China fever, which results in typically feverish reports that don't take the pulse of the country or its leader. In the process, so much is missed.
Celebrating Chinese New Year's in China's Uyghur Region
The Primordial Alliance of Sheep, Man and Dog: Thoughts on the Year of the Ram
Author, 'Imaginary Animals,' The Mythical Zoo,' 'Stealing Fire...
The occasion of this article -- the beginning of the Year of the Ram. The placement of the ram in the Chinese zodiac reflects not only the cooperative disposition of domestic sheep, but also the agility, balance and sagacity of wild ones.
Chinese New Year: Top 10 Goat-tastic Places Around the World
The Goat is the eighth sign of the 12-year cycle of animals that appear in the Chinese zodiac. Associated with the eighth Earthly Branch symbol, those born in the Year of the Goat are considered to be intelligent, creative, dependable and calm.
The Year of the Wood Sheep
Master Feng Shui Practitioner, LEED® Green Associate
In 2014, the Year of the Horse, the Wood energy galloped in. It took our breath away with its speed and force. Whether it was blessings or loss, we experienced it fast and furiously. On February 19th the energy of another Wood Year is arriving.
Chinese Year of the Sheep: Rituals for a Fresh Start!
Author, 'The Joy of Ritual' and 'The Joys of Family Rituals'
February 18 is the beginning of the Chinese Lunar New Year and time for all of us to clear out any obstacles and open to a fresh start. Here are five of my favorite rituals you can do to make the most of this time
Chinese New Year-Themed Wedding
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What Fortune Cookies Might Sound Like if They Were actually Chinese: A New Year's Love Story
The New York Public Library
Creating the library for the future
Thursday is the start of the Year of the Goat, and Chinatown streets worldwide will fill with dragon dances, red lanterns and firecrackers. Those are all authentic Chinese inventions, though a newer, overseas addition to the party is not: fortune cookies.
Delicious Asian Cuisine in NYC for Valentine's Day, Lunar New Year, and Just Because You're Hungry
Drinker of Spirits, Listener of Music, Watcher of Baseball, Wr...
There are certain days when it behooves you to go out of your way to eat Asian.
Happy Lunar New Year! Here Are 7 Dishes You Need To Try Right Now
Chinese New Year of The Ram Celebration in Downtown L.A.
Music & Culture Journalist
The Chinese New Year, or Lunar New Year, is a time to celebrate change and honor ancestors. Following a lunisolar calendar, the Chinese New Year does not fall on the same day every year.
Sounds of Chinese Music at the Wallis Waft Through Beverly Hills
Publisher, Jay Weston's Restaurant Newsletter
Everything Chinese is hot these days -- the culture, politics, food and art. The world seems obsessed with this huge, Asian nation as the sleeping giant awakens and roars. I have been to China proper several times in the '70s for movie matters and found it fascinating.
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