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All you need to know about Korean New Year
Known as Seollal, Korean New Year is the first day of the lunar Korean calendar. It is the most important of the traditional Korean holidays, consisting of a period of celebrations, starting on New Year’s Day. Read on to discover how Koreans celebrate Seollal.

Losar Festival, Tibetan New Year
Losar is the Tibetan New Year, a three-day festival that mixes sacred and secular practices, prayers, ceremonies, hanging prayer flags, sacred and folk dancing, and partying. It is the most widely celebrated of all Tibetan festivals and represents a time for all things ...

Experience the Lunar New Year of Asian countries
The Lunar New Year, also known as the Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, is China’s most important holiday, but it is also celebrated in other East Asian countries and in places where natives of those countries and their families reside.

What Korean dishes you should try on New Year
Seollal is one of the most well-known Korean holidays, celebrating the start of the Lunar New Year. Families start preparing weeks in advance for this special holiday and travel all around the country to visit their relatives, to pay respect to their ancestors and ...

Where to celebrate the Songkran in Thailand
Songkran is an annual festival which takes place over three days during the traditional Thai New Year, April 13th-15th. The official Songkran festival lasts three days but in reality the whole week is taken over by a mass celebration as the whole country shuts down for ...

Osechi Ryori, typical Japanese New Year dishes
Osechi Ryori are the traditional foods enjoyed on New Year’s day in Japan. They come in an assortment of colorful dishes packed together in special boxes called jubako, which resemble bento boxes. Every dish of these traditional foods has special meaning in welcoming ...

Foods to celebrate Lunar New Year in China
Given the importance of food in Chinese culture, it is not surprising that certain dishes play a major role in Lunar New Year celebrations. "Lucky" foods are served through the two-week Lunar New Year celebration in order to grant a new year full of luck.

All about Laos' New Year Festivals
Have you ever wondered how Laotians celebrated their own New Year Festivals? Take a look at this article to have a better understanding about them.

What do you know about customs of Japanese New Year?
For many non-Japanese, especially newcomers to Japan, many of the customs and traditions of New Year may seem hard to understand. New Year or Oshogatsu is the most important holiday period in Japan for families and it is rich in tradition.

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