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Fugetsu-Do Confectionary (Los Angeles) : The oldest operating family-owned Japanese mochi shop in the United States

Born in Gifu, Japan, Seiichi Kito immigrated to the U.S. in 1903. Soon after his arrival, he and his friends opened Fugetsu-Do in the...

Stone Mountain Park to host spectacular Lunar New Year Festival, largest in North America

Held in the Crossroads area of the park, visitors will experience the Largest Lunar New Year Spectacular in North America through dance, music, educational...

McDonald’s to Celebrate Lunar New Year in Metaverse with Karen X Cheng

Global fast food chain, McDonald’s, to celebrate this Lunar New Year in the metaverse in collaboration with award-winning, viral digital content creator Karen X Cheng. According to...

The Coca-Cola bottle-shaped Vietnamese Tet feast table with the world’s largest gathering of families (Vietnam)

Coca-Cola Beverages Vietnam Company created the Vietnamese Tet feast table in the shape of a pair of Coca-Cola bottles as part of their campaign...

The cultural meaning of “Lion Dance” to welcome the Chinese New Year

In Chinese culture, the lion symbolizes power, wisdom, and superiority. People perform lion dances at Chinese festivals or big occasions to bring good fortune...

XOR Luxury Phone Launches Limited Gold Edition For Lunar New Year

The appeal of the XOR brand also comes from limited editions with surprising highlights for customers. During the 2022 Lunar New Year, XOR introduces...

Disneyland celebrates Lunar New Year

Disney’s California Adventure Park kicked off celebrations of the Year of the Tiger on Friday, featuring a string of Chinese culturally themed performances, art...

Tokyo Tower celebrates Chinese New Year with a special all-red light-up

In its fourth run this year, Tokyo Tower is lighting up in red again to celebrate the Chinese New Year (aka Lunar New Year). The special...

San Diego Lunar New Year Festival returns to City Heights for three-day

Lunar New Year, which was officially recognized by California in 2019, is a holiday celebrated primarily by Asian countries. Typically held in late January or...
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