95 - Chinese New Year is January 23rd and to celebrate the Year of the Dragon, LUSH has created a beautiful, limited edition soap with their best-selling Karma fragrance - a spicy blend of patchouli, lavender and pine that perfectly captures the passionate, creative and free-spirited nature of...

Chinese New Year 2012 - Events, Shows, Eats and More I was looking for a place to celebrate Chinese New Year and thought of sharing all of these to you :) I was big on feng-shui in 2011 and it was a lucky and blessed year indeed. Celebrating Chinese New Year is always fun especially dragon...

Chinese New Year is on February 10, 2013 and it is one of the biggest events of the year here in the San Francisco Bay Area. Westfield San Francisco Centre is celebrating Chinese New Year by playing host to a pop-up kiosk from the Asian Art Museum and also a fabulous pop-up shop at...

To celebrate Chinese New Year, British luxury brand Mulberry has created gold envelopes inspired by the brand's iconic 'Made in England' Willow bag, which features a detachable envelope-shaped clutch. The gold envelopes will be given out in Mulberry stores worldwide for customers to use over...

hk Fatty Crab As much a we love a traditional CNY dinner, we also can't resist the fun offerings from Fatty Crab! Their 'Holy Sheep, It's Chinese New Year' celebrations will kick off on the bar side of Fatty Crab from 19-22 February, 5pm-1am. Their special CNY Happy Hour menus will be hidden...

To celebrate Chinese New Year (2020), NARS has taken some of their cult classics and reissued them in exclusive metallic glossy red packaging etched in gold (so gorgeous, am I right?). Inspired by beauty and good fortune, these may look like collector's pieces (which they totally are, by the...

the year of abundance. Get out there and make it your year. The Chinese calendar has been in continuous use for centuries. It predates the International Calendar (based on the Gregorian Calendar) in use at the present, which goes back only some 430 years. Sytle Cartel invites you...

are associated with grace, gratitude and prosperity, which go hand in hand with Chinese culture. Additionally, red is a color of importance to Chinese culture, said to symbolize good fortune and joy. Dior's launch comes on the heels of many major fashion houses also releasing special...

i-D Magazine kicks off their pre-spring issue celebrating the Chinese New Year by featuring twelve new covers of gorgeous Asian models. Shot by fashion photographer Chen Man in collaboration with MAC cosmetics, the series celebrates the diverse beauty of China in modern society. Four of...

Do the Lo Hei(an Asian version of tossed salad with veggies and crispy bits – except you make wishes as you toss the noodles!) to ring in the Chinese New Year, or try their festive takeaway specialties. Need some take-home puddings and sweet treats?Duddell's Michelin-starred chef has...

 

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