Lunar new year

The annual Lunar New Year Parade in Chinatown came roaring back on Sunday as thousands of spectators turned out along historic Mott Street to celebrate the Year of the Tiger.
Lunar New Year is the most significant holiday for Asian communities around the world
"Just support the Asian American community economically, so please come back down to Chinatown, to Jackson Heights, to Sunset Park, to Flushing, to other neighborhoods just to support our businesses.”
Celebrate the Year of Ox by ordering takeout, or dining on premise at these stellar restaurants around NYC.
Dumplings are very special during the new year!
With limited in-person events this year, there is an abundance of virtual events including online parades, performances, workshops, and more for all ages.
The "Lions" visit stores and restaurants to bring them good luck—and ward off evil spirits.
Your fortune is what you eat!
Saturday was the free-wheeling lion dances throughout the neighborhood, and huge crowds turned out on Sunday for the big parade.
There were dragons and beauty queens, expensive cars and politicians, lion dances and corporate floats, drummers and dancers and scores of giddy young children.
Gong xi fa cai!
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