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Chinese New Year falls on January 28 this year.
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Chinese New Year falls on February 8, 2016 this year.
For the sake of love, it's always good to get a second opinion. So if you've already done the research on your horoscope for 2014, it may be time to look at the Chinese zodiac as well. January 31 mar...
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...