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Lunar New Year: Happy Year of the Rabbit - what you need to know
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22 January 2023
On 22 January 2023 BBC reported:
Millions of people will be celebrating Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year, in January. It is one of the biggest events of the year for many East and South East Asian people and it will be marked by communities all over the world. Families and friends will get together to eat lots of yummy food, enjoy fireworks, wear special clothes and hang red lanterns to mark the occasion. Find out more about Lunar New Year.
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