Day before Lunar New Year is the busiest time of the year

New Year's Eve is one of the biggest part of Lunar New Year. Despite all the old traditions that are lost, most of the traditions of New Year's Eve are still around. Check out more traditions here Spring Cleaning This is the THE designated day to clean out the house. Every table top, shelf top, … Continue reading Day before Lunar New Year is the busiest time of the year

Live through the traditions of Lunar New Year in Taiwan

Red envelopes. New Years eve dinner. Dumplings. Red. Lion Dancing. Why do we do these things during Lunar New Year? What other traditions are there?   Lunar New Years is more than just money in red envelopes or meeting distant relatives during an annual dinner. Just like how much of the Christian faith has to … Continue reading Live through the traditions of Lunar New Year in Taiwan

Gather Luck by Walking Lunar New Year Landmarks in Taipei

走春 (zou3 chun) - to go out during Lunar New Year to gather luck Check out more traditions here This year, Taiwanese American Professionals - New York Chapter (TAP-NY) reached out to us for a collaboration to bring Taiwan Lunar New Year traditions to their members. We decided to create a small postcard, which shows … Continue reading Gather Luck by Walking Lunar New Year Landmarks in Taipei