Lunar New Year is observed today, 22 January 2023, beginning a Year of the Rabbit! This only happens every 12 years according to the Chinese zodiac, so this year is pretty darn special. (Newbies to this blog, take a look at these posts and this post to see how much rabbits are honored and adored around here on a regular day.)
If you were born in the year 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, or 2011, you might be a Rabbit! Being born in a Rabbit Year is associated with creativity, caution, quickness, gentleness, and longevity. You can find your Chinese zodiac animal and affiliated traits at this news page.
This external website shares history of Lunar New Year and traditional ways to celebrate Spring Festival. (Have you cleaned your house yet??)
Oh!! It’s time for us to peep in at a Lunar New Year Parade!
Be ready to adjust volume. This video includes sound that could be strong for furbabies, sleeping babies, or sensitive ears.