Week 21- Amber

Sunday was the Lunar New Year, one of the biggest holidays of the year. Much of the city is closed as people flock to their families’ homes to enjoy food and fellowship. Thankfully there were plenty of cultural events going on during the weekend that showed what the Lunar New Year entails. We took a trip to one of the Folk Villages where they had a few traditional games, kite making, stamping, and demonstrations. This man worked at the section that showed

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a traditional Lunar New Year feast. I’m glad that we braved the frigid temperatures to get out and experience some of the holiday.

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  • Grandma Rita - Yes, cold but fun! And the memory of the nice warm Indian food afterward.
    I was wondering why the fish face east and found out: fish always mean good fortune and the east signifies eternal life.ReplyCancel