My honorary daughter came to visit last weekend, a rare occurrence. I can thank the school break for Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year is almost upon us: February 14, 2010 will see the arrival of the Year of the Tiger.
Most westerners know of Chinese Zodiac: Each year is assigned an animal. Is there more?
Christmas may be shopping craziness in North America, but Chinese New Year is a festival that lasts for 14 days – imagine the shopping that goes into that?
Chinese Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival as it is called in China, is based upon a fierce monster, fireworks, and the color red.
January 26 will see the start of the Chinese Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival as it is called in China.
That’s right, Jackie Chan cooked me lunch. Sort of….
I’m a star of stage and (small) screen. That’s right, I’ve walked the red carpet (no, not the doormat outside my apartment), I can wear a borrowed suit and host a televised event like nobody’s business. I’ve been wined and dined. My services are in demand, baby. Should I get an agent? The Stevo’s fame…
As the Year of the Golden Pig draws to a close I thought some photos of the celebrations that kicked off the year would be in order.
Fireworks and firecrackers are an important (and fun) part of Spring Festival, or Chinese New Year.