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Because here's one country that knows how to celebrate the Chinese New Year in style.
Hong Kong knows how to throw a party, and of course they've reserved the best shindig for the Lunar New Year, which occurs on February 16 this year. The Hong Kong Tourism Board makes a case for the way the playful nature ...
 
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A feast where you're expected to eat for 2 to 3 hours? Sign us up!
The lauriat is synonymous with special occasions for the Chinese—and we mean that literally: The word comes from lao diat, which translates to "special occasion" from the original Fookien. And while we all love a good Chowking lauriat once in a while, their ...
 
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Celebrate the Year of the Dog by feasting like a king.
Sofitel’s Spiral has always been known for pulling out all the stops when it comes to their sumptuous buffets. Their Chinese New Year menu is no different: it includes delicacies from all over China, some of which have traditionally been served to ...
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