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Happy Lunar New Year 2010

February 14th 2010 marks the Chinese New Year 2010, and this time it is the Year of the Tiger. The Chinese year of the Tiger starts from 14 February 2010 and will end on the 2nd February 2011.

The Tiger! – This new year is represented by the Tiger and is therefore a year that represents bravery. This new year 2010 is in fact the Chinese New Year 4708 (considering the Chinese calendar).

It is said that people born on the year of the Tiger or even on years represented by other Chinese zodiacs which are compatible with the Tiger, are going to enjoy a really fortunate and successful year in 2010. So who are these people?

If you were born in 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, or 1998, then this Year of the Tiger is supposed to be highly beneficial for you based on Chinese Astrology. By the way those born in 2010 are also expected to be blessed by this year.

By Kurt Avish

Chinese New Year music video  大团圆 more here

A guide to Chinese New Year more here

How to Celebrate Chinese New Year 2010 more here

A video of Bolles Chinese II students performing an original skit in Chinese during a local Chinese New Year celebration with over 800 people in attendance. More here

Find Celebrations worldwide for Chinese New Year. More here

CNN’s Pauline Chiou reports on customs and traditions surrounding the Chinese New Year, which begins today. More here

The Best Resources For Chinese New Year (Larry Ferlazzo) More here

President Obama Extends Best Wishes for Lunar New Year. Watch the video here.

Kung Chee Fat Cho. Xin Nian Kuai Le

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