chinese new year
Gong hay fat choy! This Saturday is the official Chinese New Year, and the Year of the Cock is entering on Jan. 28 according to the Chinese Zodiac. Peckers will be proudly on display at celebrations worldwide, and Chinese New Year parades and parties will pull out the cock floats,
Chinese New Year is always an enjoyable festival for those not familiar with the Chinese culture. You learn new things and have fun all while enjoying a new experience. Most importantly, if you were one of the few people working on New Year’s Eve, you get a chance to celebrate
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Wondering what to do for fun this week? Feeling a little dead inside? Wake yourself up with an affordable event for each of the 5 senses! HEAR: The Noise Pop Festival invades the city this week. It features over 100 local and big names bands but you probably can’t afford
Everyone knows about the giant Chinese New Year parade and celebration that happens ever year (it’s on the 27th this year btw), but this is the first time I’ve ever heard of the Chinese New Year Flower Fair. For all you fools out there, here is the skinny on the