Lunar New Year came and went on February 12, 2021, so we’re a little bit late, but the […]
Lunar New Year
As January chugs along, we’re having fun testing soothing products, trying out new apps and finding uplifting events (listed toward the article’s end) that speak to the wellness theme so often associated with this first month of the year.
Here in the Pacific Northwest, we’ve fallen back for daylight savings, Thanksgiving weekend just passed, and we’ve officially entered the holiday season. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve are the standard celebrations, but have you considered visiting our neighbors up north for Chinese New Year? It’s a quick trip—2 hours and 15 minutes hours if there’s no traffic (check border traffic before you head out).
Visit the International District to ring in the Year of the Dragon.
Celebrate the 2012 Lunar New Year — the Year of the Dragon — in Seattle’s International District! Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year, is considered to be the most important holiday in China and celebrated throughout much of East and Southeast Asia.