Nothing can truly match up to a Chinese New Year spent in Asia!
Chinese New Year, also called Lunar New Year, begins this Friday, January 31.
In the spirit of doing, here is a list of actions, not resolutions, that will truly turn 2014 into a spectacular year:
Start your year by being kind.
San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade is a community fair.
The zenith of San Francisco’s Chinese New Year is its extensive parade, celebrated as the largest in the US.
San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade is the perfect place to branch out in taste, crowds and a unique experience.
Tangyuan is an easy to prepare, delicious family dessert dish.
This year, we transition from Year of the Dragon to Year of the Snake.