21 Jan

The Lunar New Year starts Sunday, Jan. 22 — marking another chance to start 2023 on the right foot. Commonly observed in China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Mongolia and other Asian countries, the 15-day holiday celebrates the beginning of the new lunisolar calendar year and typically involves gifts of money in red envelopes and food that symbolize good fortune.

Since 2023 is the year of the rabbit (which represents creativity and luck) in the Chinese zodiac calendar, bunny gifts will be the most popular to give and receive. Ast online Asian grocery market Yami suggests, anyone can celebrate Asian culture — they suggest starting your own #LunarCrewYear celebration to take part in the holiday with your chosen family.

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