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Lunar New Year

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Flushing »

As millions from China travel during the holiday, NYC marketers hope to capture their interest.

Chinatown »

What does celebrating the Lunar New Year actually mean?  

Crown Heights »

The Bolivian pair of male and female titi monkeys make their premiere this month.

Park Slope »

With new vacation days like Lunar New Year, parents and educators have had to plan better, experts say.

Upper East Side »

The downtown celebration will continue uptown for the first time.

Chinatown »

Chinatown residents hailed Mayor Bill de Blasio for approving Lunar New Year as a school holiday.

Chinatown »

Local elected officials urged Mayor Bill De Blasio to make Lunar New Year a school holiday.

Sunset Park »

Lunar New Year celebrations took place in Sunset Park, Flushing and Manhattan's Chinatown.

Elmhurst »

This year is of the Ram, Goat or Sheep, depending on the translation, and it begins Feb. 19.

Chinatown »

Lunar New Year and the Muslim holidays happen to fall on weekends and school breaks in 2014-15.

Elmhurst »

The parade starts at C.C. Moore Homestead Park at around 1:30 p.m.

Chinatown »

Thousands celebrated the Lunar New Year in Chinatown on Sunday.

Chinatown »

Legislation would require the city to consider closing schools that have low attendance on holidays.