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Chinese New Year falls on January 28 this year.
Chinese New Year falls on February 8, 2016 this year.
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Chinese New Year may not have the countdowns and party hats of its January 1st counterpart, but what it does have is a mass travel exodus in Asia and a strong sense of mysticism tied to its 12 zodiac...
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