chinese new year
We followed a Chinese couple on their annual 1,000-mile journey to see their kids
An estimated 61 million “left-behind children” only see their parents once a year during paid time-off for the Chinese New Year.
This Chinese New Year Feast Is ‘Fusion Food’ Like You’ve Never Seen Before
When Zijun Meng and Ana Gonçalves of London Asian restaurant Ta Ta Eatery invited Portuguese, Canadian, and Hong Kong-based chefs to ring in the Year of the Rooster, it resulted in an eclectic nine-course banquet.
The ‘Tray of Togetherness’ Is a Lucky Dip of Sweets, Nuts, and Good Fortune
Traditionally shared with family at Chinese New Year, the Tray of Togetherness is a platter divided into either six or eight compartments that hold symbolic candies, fruits, nuts, and coins.