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3 Ways to Celebrate the Lunar New Year in Seattle’s Eastside

This January 28th, we welcome in the Year of the Rooster. The new year, also known as the Spring Festival, is marked by the lunisolar Chinese calendar and therefore the dates change from year to year. Each Chinese New Year is characterized by one of twelve animals which correspond with the Chinese zodiacs. Those born during the year of the rooster are characterized to have observant, hardworking, courageous, talented, and confident personalities.

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HolidayAshley Breunich