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Happy Year of the Dragon! May it bring you abundance and good fortune

We celebrate Lunar New Year or Spring Festival, to mark the beginning of the lunar calendar year.

It's a time for family reunions, honoring ancestors, and welcoming blessings for the coming year.

The festivities include traditions, rituals, and customs passed down through generations.

Lunar New Year, celebrated widely across Asia, holds deep cultural and historical significance. It marks the beginning of the lunar calendar, aligning with the cycles of the moon and the arrival of spring. This festive occasion is a time of renewal, symbolizing fresh starts and the anticipation of a prosperous year ahead.

Families gather to honor traditions passed down through generations, such as cleaning homes to sweep away bad luck, decorating with red symbols of luck and prosperity, and sharing symbolic foods. These customs are believed to bring good fortune, happiness, and longevity.

Central to the celebration is the reunion of family members, often traveling long distances to be together. It's a time for joyful reunions, feasting on traditional dishes, exchanging gifts, and paying respects to ancestors through rituals and offerings.

The Lunar New Year also involves vibrant cultural performances, dragon and lion dances, fireworks, and parades, creating a festive atmosphere filled with color and excitement.

Beyond its cultural significance, Lunar New Year is a time for reflection, gratitude, and setting intentions for the year ahead. It fosters a sense of community, unity, and hope as people come together to welcome the new year with optimism and joy.





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