8 lucky foods for Lunar New Year
Niangao has a history of at least 1,000 years. Early in the Liao Dynasty (907–1125) people in Beijing had the custom of eating New Year cakes on the first day of the first month of the lunar year. During the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) and the Qing Dynasty (1644–1911), Niangao had already become a common folk snack, and remains so today.
5 Important Lunar New Year Beliefs And Traditions Your Child Should Know
12 Chinese New Year superstitions to follow for a big dose of luck!
Being a Stay-at-Home Mom Is a Privilege, But Let's Be Real: It's Also Tiring & Depressing
Mum Killed In Crash While On The Way Home To Celebrate Son's O-Level Exam Results