Kim Chiu celebrates Chinese New Year with family

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Barton G. L.A., the whimsical destination offering a multisensory dining experience with over-the-top culinary comfort food creations from around the globe, is offering an auspicious lobster Chinese New Year special for two, accented by giant chopsticks.

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It's officially the Chinese New Year, which is also known as the Lunar New Year! The common impact on container shipping is that prices rise as demand spikes before CNY and then decrease once the party starts.

President Donald Trump also issued a statement celebrating the holiday, lauding it as "an opportunity for All Americans to honor the important contribution [people of Asian descent] have made to the story of American greatness". Legend holds that people born in the year of the Pig are sincere, good-natured and honest, according to Google.

"Each of the years go by one of the elements - there's metal, water, wood, fire and earth", Chen told Global News.

Thousands visited the International Buddhist Temple in Richmond, B.C., on Tuesday to pray and burn incense while welcoming the Lunar New Year.

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Women light candles while praying in a Chinese temple during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in Chinatown in Bangkok, Thailand.

It's quite the official image reversal from previous year when Peppa got into a bit of trouble in China after becoming a counterculture icon.

Lion and dragon dancing will be included in this year's festival, which will celebrate the Year of the Pig.

People bid farewell to the Year of the Dog in the 12-year-Chinese zodiac calendar and greeted the Year of the Pig, said to be a good time to make money and invest. (AP Photo/Andy Wong) In this Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019, photo, vendors carrying pig-shaped balloons for sale to mark the Lunar New Year in Hanoi, Vietnam.

The Chinese begin the year with ancestral traditions - a combination of superstitions and customs - with the aim to ward off misfortunes and bring good luck, prosperity and abundance.