Giving money for Christmas is one way to make sure everyone gets what they want. Handing out cash, however, is not as fun as unwrapping a gift to see what is inside.Continue reading
They say that distance makes the heart grow fonder, but when it comes to Valentine’s Day it sure doesn’t make things easier. Dinner over Zoom just doesn’t offer the same intimacy and a shared movie alone in your separate spaces is, well, lonely.
The second new moon after the winter solstice always marks the start of the Lunar New Year. Taking place between Jan 21-Feb 21, this Chinese tradition revolves around the celebration of prosperity, abundance, and fortune — in both senses of the word.
You will soon be putting up red lanterns, cut-outs, and paintings adorned with the image of the rat to ward off evil and to encourage longevity, health, and peace.