chinese new year
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Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, follows the lunisolar calendar and celebrates myths, auspicious food, and massive family gatherings.
A Singaporean brand has come up with new face masks that not only protect you from COVID-19 but also from nosy relatives this coming Chinese New Year.
People are offering themselves up online as a boyfriend or girlfriend for rent this Lunar New Year celebration to save you from awkward encounters with your family members.
Prices for the service on Carousell Singapore can range from 80 Singaporean dollars ($59) to 100 Singaporean dollars ($74).
The company’s cannabis-infused Sriracha aims to elevate the consumer’s next meal thanks to its fast-acting properties, which are all achieved by the nano-emulsified THC that makes the absorption quicker and more efficient, according to Food Beast.
Lunar New Year is a lively time full of food, family, fun, strange superstitions, and for many, big bucks inside red envelopes.
During the new year, it is customary for people to give and receive red envelopes or red packets with cash. They are a symbol of good luck and are said to ward away evil spirits.
A mother in southwestern China has gone viral on social media after breaking into a song (and dance) that encouraged her 33-year-old son to find the love of his life for the Lunar New Year.
Her son, a blogger known as Tao, first posted the recording on a video-sharing platform before others picked it up and shared it on Weibo.
An elderly couple received a surprise visit from their daughter and her family before the Chinese New Year.
An 8-year-old boy was recently hospitalized after he threw a firecracker down a manhole in China.
A parking lot surveillance camera captured the child launching up into the air after he is seen inserting the firecracker into a manhole in the Gansu city of Dunhuang. His friend can also be seen fleeing to safety as the boy dropped the explosive.
Pictures of Nike’s limited edition Air Force 1 Low for Chinese New Year 2020 have been released as part of its “Year of the Rat” collection.
The Chinese New Year 2020 edition of Nike’s Air Force 1 Low will come in white, featuring Chinese patterns and designs, with the iconic leather Swoosh logos printed on the sides, according to Sneakerbardetroit.
With Lunar New Year approaching, Asians around the world are preparing for exciting festivities with family, gifts, and the one thing that brings all of it together: the food.
This year, NextShark is proud to share with you the latest cultural collection from Our Place, an LA-based cookware startup launched in September 2019 aimed at bringing cultural communities closer through the simple act of eating together.
Adidas is releasing limited edition Chinese New Year 2020 edition Ultraboost 20 and Ultraboost DNA sneakers this December.
The collection will come in three different Chinese-inspired culture references for both the Ultraboost 20 and Ultraboost DNA, according to Kicks on Fire.
These little red packets go by different names — hóng bāo in Mandarin, lai see in Cantonese and âng pau in Hokkien — but they all share common purposes of bringing good luck and warding off evil spirits.