Young Asians face probing questions during the Lunar New year

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"With all of this food and candy, it's this way of saying 'Look, we are alive and we're going to celebrate our lives and we are going to look forward to some really good things in the new year'".

"According to the Chinese horoscope 2018, the Year of the Earth Dog 2018 is a good time for lifestyle changes (time to quit smoking or change residence) and for the start of new business ventures", reports Karma Weather. Celebrations tend to involve fireworks, bell-ringing and traditional lion dances.

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Although most United States citizens celebrated the new year on January 1, many Asian nations using the lunar calendar, like China and Korea, will celebrate the Lunar New Year this Friday.

More than 400 cities across China, though, have banned fireworks since past year to curb air pollution during the 15-day holiday and reducing deadly accidents, which are common. If you don't know much about Chinese Lunar New Year, AsiaMe can tell you all about it. Now, many teenagers have red envelope apps, allowing relatives to transfer currency digitally. "Don't lend people money because it's not a good year for them", Gaw said. Most people prefer to wear red-colored clothes on the spring festival. Chinese Spring Festival means that all the family members will come together.

- The last day of the 15-day celebration is the Lantern Festival.

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Chea Sekhamony, a vendor of Chinese New Year decorations and items for prayer at Chbar Ampov Market in Phnom Penh, said a few weeks before the festival, business is booming.

China's big cities like Beijing are running short of domestic helpers as migrant workers, who make up a majority of the workforce, return to their hometowns for Spring Festival, China Daily reported Wednesday. Giant, sculpted "lanterns" in the shape of people, animals or robots are lit up and accompanied by fireworks displays and other entertainment. Each year is associated with a zodiac animal that not only represents the birth symbols, but also reflects the virtuous and honest wishes of these animals. Long, uncut noodles symbolize longevity, and those wishing for prosperity may choose to eat fish. Most travel domestically during this period to visit family and friends, but it's also a popular time for people on the Chinese mainland, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Korea to travel overseas.

The Spring Festival travel, also known as Chunyun, lasts for 40 days this year, From Feb. 1 to March 12.

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These vacationers are expected to spend an average of about 9,500 yuan (about $1,500) and are looking to popular destinations such as Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam.

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