# Year of the tiger
Amazing Chinese New Year Parade Grand Finale.
The San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade is the largest celebration of its kind in the world. Thousands of fans lined up along Market Street Saturday night to witness dancers, tigers and floats ring in the lunar new year. It is the year of the Tiger. The Tiger is known as the king of all beasts in China. The zodiac sign Tiger is a symbol of strength, exorcising evils, and braveness. Many Chinese kids wear hats or shoes with a tiger image for good luck.
You Can Still Celebrate The Chinese New Year of The Tiger
Year of the Tiger and Chinese Food(Image is author's) The Chinese Zodiac sign says that the year 2022 is the Year of the Tiger. The Lunar New Year for the Chinese calendar began on February 1, 2022. Many Chinese and civic organizations held celebrations on or near that day.
Fashion brands attempt cultural inclusivity for Lunar New Year
Bottega Veneta covered part of the Great Wall of China in a digital instillation of their brand name.Courtesy Wikimedia Commons. As a celebration of Lunar New Year, Italian luxury fashion house Bottega Veneta covered part of the Great Wall of China in a digital installation of their brand name and the Mandarin New Year’s greeting, “新春快乐.” The brand paired their signature green with the lucky color of the new year: a tiger orange. Along with this art installment, the brand has pledged a donation to the maintenance and reconstruction of the segment of the wall titled the “First Pass Under Heaven.”
NYC Chinatown Firecracker Celebration - Chinese New Year 2022 @ Sara Roosevelt Park
Gorgeous red colored firecrackers explode at the 2022 NYC Chinatown Lunar Year Festival for the Year of the Tiger.
Celebrating Lunar New Year
So farewell Year of the Ox and what an amazing year it has been! I'm looking forward to creating more happy memories in the Year of the Tiger! When the clock strikes midnight we were standing at the doorstep throwing coins into the house to attract good fortune. Then, we feasted on our Lunar New Year's Eve dinner. Thirteen round fruits and 13 dishes - one for each month of the coming year plus one extra to signify abundance. It's nice to have more than enough to save for the rainy days. Happy Lunar New Year dear friends!
Chinese Grandpa Teaches You How to Celebrate Chinese New Year the Right Way!
Chinese Grandpa Teaches You How to Celebrate Chinese New Year the Right Way! | Chinese Grandpa Teaches you How to Celebrate Lunar New Year and What to Eat on CNY to Make Sure you have a lucky and prosperous New Year! | What’s up everyone, we’re back with another video featuring my grandpa! He was so excited to showcase the foods he eats for Chinese New Year and that I’m finally getting him good food instead of the Mall Chinese Food and Frozen Chinese Food! Watch to see which foods will give you luck and see the rest of Chinese Grandpa’s Do’s and Don’ts of Chinese New Year! Happy Chinese New Year! Gong Hay Fat Choy, Gong XI Fa Cai! ►►Follow The Fake Food Show! ►YouTube/TikTok: @fakefoodshow ►Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/FakeFoodShow">https://www.instagram.com/FakeFoodShow</a>/ ►Facebook: <a href="https://facebook.com/fakefoodshow">https://facebook.com/fakefoodshow</a>/ ►Twitter: <a href="https://twitter.com/FakeFoodShow">https://twitter.com/FakeFoodShow</a>/ ►►Business Inquiries: email@example.com
The 8 LUCKY Chinese Foods You Should Eat for Lunar New Years!
The 8 LUCKY Chinese Foods You Should Eat for Lunar New Years! | Chinese/Lunar New Years Foods You Should Try for Good Luck! | Hey family, Happy Lunar New Years! Today’s video will be showing you the lucky foods you should eat to have a prosperous and healthy Lunar New Year of the Tiger! It’s normal to celebrate the New Years before and after the New Year so if you haven’t had yours yet… Eat these dishes for good luck! ►►Follow The Fake Food Show! ►YouTube/TikTok: @fakefoodshow ►Twitter: <a href="https://twitter.com/FakeFoodShow">https://twitter.com/FakeFoodShow</a>/ ►Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/FakeFoodShow">https://www.instagram.com/FakeFoodShow</a>/ ►Facebook: <a href="https://facebook.com/fakefoodshow">https://facebook.com/fakefoodshow</a>/ ►►Business Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chinese New Year aka Lunar New Year 2022 Year of the Tiger
Chinese New Year falls on Tuesday, February 1, and ends with a Lantern Festival on February 15. I've always been a stargazer, loving anything to do with the heavens (planets & stars), and my interest extends to astrology too. Knowing that it should come as no surprise that I find the zodiacs, both western and eastern, fun too.
Celebrate Lunar New Year at the Wing Luke Museum
February 1st marks the beginning of a new year on the lunar calendar. The Wing Luke Museum in Seattle’s International District will be holding a celebration, but as with many things, it looks a little different this year.