Chinese New Year Around the World
Whether you call it the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival, the Chinese New Year is the perfect way for Chinese (and part-Chinese) families to mark new beginnings and bond with their loved ones. It is also a time for raking in tons of good luck, as evidenced by the abundance of beliefs and traditions associated with the holiday.
We here at MoneyMax.ph love big celebrations, and Chinese New Year is no exception. For 2017, Chinese New Year shall fall on January 28. In this infographic, we list down the many different ways people are welcoming this Year of the Rooster.
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