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Ringing in a new year

Ringing in a new year

Charlotte Chui and Annie Zhang

February 12, 2019

lates of delicacies are passed around, ranging from spongy airy Chinese cakes dubbed “Fa Gao” to pan-fried traditional Korean dumplings. These are just a few foods commonly eaten during Lunar New Year, which is commemorated by numerous Asian cultures. On Feb. 6, Chinese Honor Society collaborated with ...

The Chinese zodiac

Jahan Razavi

January 27, 2019

With Chinese New Year arriving on Feb. 5, the zodiac animal will transition from a dog to a pig. To the Chinese culture, these animals forecast a compatibility between people for relationships, as well as what the next year will bring for them. Each has its lucky numbers that, when found in life, are t...

Chinese Club celebrates New Year

Chinese Club celebrates New Year

Charlotte Chui

March 4, 2018

On Feb. 15, Chinese Club held a meeting in A203 in honor of Chinese New Year. Also known as the Spring Festival, this holiday is considered one of the most important Chinese holidays. It depends on the lunar calendar instead of the solar calendar. To celebrate, Chinese Club officers shared traditiona...