A Chinese New Year Feast

Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit

 


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A Chinese New Year Feast Chinese New Year, which falls on February 3 this year, is a holiday celebrated by more than a billion people worldwide, and interest is growing! With the growth in the buying power and pride of Chinese communities everywhere it’s no surprise to see this celebration spreading. I mean, come on, who is not looking for something to celebrate in the middle of winter!

In China, this celebration of the changing of the year is accompanied by house cleaning, to sweep away any trace of bad luck and make way for the good. It’s also a time to welcome family into the home, to join together and celebrate around the table, to wish all peace, harmony and prosperity -- and there’s no better way to get in the wishing spirit than with a belly full of fantastic food and having a few glasses of a well matched wine or beer. Well, that’s a very happy New Year indeed!

We should take a lesson from the Chinese New Year’s traditions: forgetting and forgiving a year's transgressions, petty and major, while wishing all a peaceful and happy year to come. Let us all join in this celebration.

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