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2014 Lunar (Chinese) New Year in Flushing, NY - Queens, NY
Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year celebrations in Flushing is Saturday, February 8, 2014, with Flushing's 18th annual Lunar New Year Parade. Parade ...
New Year 2014/2015 in Paris - Dinners, Shows and Clubs
New Year's Eve at the Moulin Rouge is a classic, albeit extremely pricey, way to celebrate the New Year in Paris. Starting at an exorbitant $850 (approx.) ...
Chinese New Year Information and Recipes
Chinese New Year is China's biggest traditional holiday, a 15 day celebration filled with fun, festivities, and food! Here is a handy resource with everything you  ...
Washington DC Chinese New Year Parade 2015
See the schedule and photos of the Chinese New Year parade in Washington, DC, a picture gallery of the annual lunar celebration.
Korean New Year - How Koreans Celebrate the New Year
Koreans celebrate New Year's Day at the start of the year on the lunar calendar ( Solnal) and have done so for thousands of years. However, many Koreans now ...
Italy Travel: New Year's Eve Events in Italian Cities
Where and how to celebrate New Year's Eve in Italy. Find top New Year's Eve events in Italian cities including Rome, Naples, Venice, Rimini and Bologna.
A Guide to Chinese New Year 2014 - China Travel - About.com
A Guide to the 2014 Chinese New Year events, legends, traditions and activities.
Chinese New Year's Eve Festivals and Celebrations - Chinese Culture
Chinese New Year is the most important and, at 15 days, the longest holiday in China. Chinese New Year's Eve kicks off the two-week long festivities. Chinese ...
Chinese New Year Dining Specials in Washington DC
During the month of February, many restaurants in the Washington DC area offer specials in celebration of the Chinese New Year. Here are a few dining ...
Chinese New Year Guide: Prepare and Celebrate - Chinese Culture
Chinese New Year is the most important and, at 15 days, the longest holiday in China. Chinese New Year begins on the first day of the lunar calendar, so it is ...
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