Celebrated in many Asian countries, Lunar New Year, is based off the lunar calendar. The celebrations can range from 3 days to a month. It's a time for the family to come together to ring in the new year. Traditions include cleaning, decorating, warding off bad spirits, and eating. There are many superstitions around the new year because you want to start the new year with as much luck as possible for a good year. You can also check out our Lunar New Years playlist and Asian American Identity playlist on YouTube. You can also watch China’s CCTV Spring Gala sponsored by the Chinese government to see how they celebrate in the mainland.

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Chinese New Year is one of Hong Kong's biggest festivals, and everywhere you look, you will see splashes of red as the city gears up for celebrations. Check out the video to see how a little girl and her brother put together their very own Chinese New Year activities!

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