The Review

Why we should use the phrase “Lunar New Year”

January 23, 2020

In principle, Tết and Seollal are both very similar to each other and Chinese New Year. In all three cultures, red envelopes, family gatherings, large meals and superstition make common appearances. All three cultures are celebrating the beginning of the lunar calendar. But the problem arises when all three are th...

East Asian Affinity Group celebrates Chinese New Year with traditional food, music

Traditional shadow puppets and other decorations line the wall outside Chinese teacher Jing Nan Gea’s classroom for the Lunar New Year.

Grace Randall and Owen Butler

February 13, 2019

On Jan. 31, the East Asian Affinity Group exposed students to East Asian culture and traditions by hosting a celebration of the Lunar New Year.

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Chinese New Year