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What is the Lunar New Year? Taking place each year in late January or early February, the Lunar New Year is based on the cycle of the moon. In the Chinese zodiac, 2020 is the year of the rat. Whether you’re celebrating for the first time or just looking for some new tips for your gathering, we’ve got lots of ideas to ring in a prosperous new year.

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The Year of the Rat:

The Rat is the first of all zodiac animals and represents the beginning of a new day. In Chinese culture, they are seen as a sign of wealth and surplus. Since The Rat is the first Chinese zodiac sign in the rotation, Rat years are known as years of renewal and are generally known to bring new experiences with favorable outcomes for all the animal signs. So get ready to enjoy this new year and all the good it will bring!

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The Year of the Rat:

The Rat is the first of all zodiac animals and represents the beginning of a new day. In Chinese culture, they are seen as a sign of wealth and surplus. Since The Rat is the first Chinese zodiac sign in the rotation, Rat years are known as years of renewal and are generally known to bring new experiences with favorable outcomes for all the animal signs. So get ready to enjoy this new year and all the good it will bring!

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Lunar New Year Meal Essentials

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Pick up these must-have ingredients for your traditional Lunar New Year recipes.

Desserts & Gifts for a Sweet Year

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Check out tasty desserts to start your Lunar New Year celebration on a sweet note.

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