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The PM helped Toronto's Chinese-Canadian community celebrate the Lunar New Year.
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Stylish picks that can be worn all year round.
Will the Year of the Fire Monkey bring you wealth or woes?
Raspberry and Mint
You'll go bananas for them.
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The same symbolic foods, but with a modern twist.
Chinese New Year falls on February 8, 2016 this year.
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It's the year of the monkey!
NOTE: This article was originally published in 2014. For 2017, the Lunar New Year occurs on Jan. 28, and it is the year of the Fire Rooster. If you're looking for a way to impress your friends on Chin...