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A Food Lover’s Guide to the Chinese Zodiac

Our handy guide to all the signs of the Chinese zodiac and what they say about the foodie in you!
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How to Host a Dumpling Making Party

Although they’re a traditional dish at Lunar New Year feasts, dumplings can be enjoyed all year round.
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Chinese New Year Menu
Chinese New Year Menu

Chinese New Year is an amazing celebration full of ancient traditions, rituals and culture. Prepare a festive lunar feast with these recipes.
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Felt Fortune Cookies
Felt Fortune Cookies

These felt fortune cookies are a breeze to make and are perfect to use as party favours at dinner parties.
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Food Guide: Chinese Cuisine
Food Guide: Chinese Cuisine

Forget what you know about North American Chinese Food. Chinese cuisine is much more than chicken balls and eggrolls!
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Traditional Dim Sum

Dim Sum (literally meaning “touch the heart” in Cantonese) refers to small dishes or bite-sized snacks eaten for breakfast or lunch, popular in China and Hong Kong.
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Host a Chinese New Year Party
Host a Chinese New Year Party

The Chinese New Year is all about bringing good luck and prosperity to you and your loved ones. In China the rituals associated with this time of the year last for 15 days.
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