Spring Festival, otherwise known as the Chinese Lunar New Year, is fast approaching, this year falling on Feb. 5. Spring Festival is the most important celebration in the Chinese calendar, and many people will travel across the country to spend time with their families, centered around the traditional reunion dinner on New Year's Eve.
But, did you know there are some other Spring Festival traditions and superstitions that have been thought to bring luck through the ages? Although many of these traditions are no longer as widely believed today, it's interesting to look back through some of the superstitions surrounding Chinese New Year. Let's take a look!
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