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The Chinese New Year 2018, Year of the Dog starts on the new moon day Friday, February 16, 2018, according to the Chinese Lunar Calendar system
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While Chinese New Year celebrations are known for the fireworks and food, the holiday is steeped in tradition and ceremony, with rituals invoking good luck and prosperity for the year ahead
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President Donald Trump is represented as a giant dog statue on display in China ahead of the Chinese New Year celebration in February Trump would be displayed as a pig in 2019 and a rat in 2020
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Chinese New Year is here - and, with it, comes a host of superstitions that will apparently dictate how the next twelve months will play out for each of us
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Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in China In 2018, Chinese New Year begins on February 16 and marks the beginning of the Year of the Dog Tied to the Chinese lunar calendar, the
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Gung Hay Fat Choy! Happy New Year! The Lunar New Year dates from 2600 BC, when the Emperor Huang Ti introduced the first cycle of the Chinese zodiac
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The festival is centuries old, celebrating the new year according to Chinese calendar Each year is associated with a different animal, and 2018 is the Year of the Dog
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Did you think the New Year was already well under way? Well, today marks the start of the 2018 Chinese New Year With people around the world celebrating the Year of the Dog, here is what you need