Lunar New Year
The #EnoughIsEnough campaign is uniting Asian-owned food businesses in New York City to feed underserved communities for Lunar New Year.
The Lunar New Year may look a little different this year, but this doesn’t mean the tradition of watching family-friendly movies has to stop.
“I’m from Nebraska, I’m not a big city boy / Then three years ago, I moved to Hanoi.”
From wearing red underwear to exchanging oranges, here are the reasons behind Chinese New Year superstitions.
Because I’m mixed, people often can’t pinpoint what my background is. The confusion is amplified whenever Chinese New Year rolls around.
FYI, the virus doesn’t care if it’s the year of the ox.
“Gong Xi Fa Cai. I don’t have a boyfriend. I don’t have a girlfriend,” one Chinese New Year-themed face mask says.
Chinese authorities are offering cash rewards and free e-books to stop people from traveling next month.
“Our first year we used a lot of euphemisms like ‘rainbow family.’ But now we want people to know exactly what we are: a queer Asian contingent.”
Brought to you by the same people who gave us a $5 million chandelier under a Vancouver bridge.
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