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Celebrate Chinese New Year 2014 in New York City
New York City hosts a number of celebrations for Chinese New Year. Here are listings and advice for attending the parade, firecracker ceremony and other ...
2014 Chinese New Year in Washington, DC
Washington, DC celebrates the Chinese New Year with a Chinese New Year Parade, Chinese Dragon Dances, live musical performances, and more.
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 ...
A Guide to Chinese New Year 2014 - China Travel - About.com
A Guide to the 2014 Chinese New Year events, legends, traditions and activities.
San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade and Celebrations
The San Francisco Chinese New Year celebration is the largest outside of Asia, and its capstone parade is one of the few surviving lighted night parades in the ...
2014 Lunar (Chinese) New Year in Flushing, NY - Queens, NY
Lunar New Year Parade - February 8, 2014: The parade is the highlight of the Chinese New Year celebrations in Flushing. Look for dragon dancers, steel ...
The History of Chinese New Year - Chinese Culture - About.com
The date of Chinese New Year changes each year as it is based on the lunar calendar. While the western Gregorian calendar is based on the earth's orbit ...
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 ...
Chinese New Year Firecracker Ceremony and Cultural Festival
Celebrate the Chinese New Year in Manhattan's Chinatown at the Firecracker Ceremony and Cultural Festival. At this free event, visitors can experience the ...
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.