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China's biggest holiday: The Lunar New Year and how it is celebrated

By Mario Poceski, Professor of Buddhist Studies and Chinese Religions, University of Florida
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The Lunar New Year celebrations that start on Feb. 1 will go on for a week. It is the year of the tiger, considered in Chinese culture as the foremost among all beasts.The Conversation

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