Chinese Lunar Year of the Dog is approaching

Chinese Lunar Year of the Dog is approaching

Spring Festival, or better known as Chinese Lunar New Year, is the most important festival for all Chinese, which has a history of more than 4,000 years.

The lights will shine in red, yellow, blue and white to emulate the Lunar New Year fireworks display that will take place over the Hudson River on Wednesday night at 8:30 p.m.

Dim sum, a style of Cantonese cuisine characterized by small or bite-sized morsels (such as dumplings) typically served in steamer baskets or on little plates, is a culinary delight during the multi-day Chinese New Year celebration. Let's review the moments brought by dogs to greet the approaching Chinese Lunar Year of the Dog.

The Chinese ambassador to Nigeria, Dr. Zhou Pingjian, wished Chinese residents in Nigeria a happy New Year and appreciated everyone that attended the party.

Chinese visitors who stop by the Empire State Building's information desk from February 13 through February 21 will receive a limited edition commemorative certificate.

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