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Rory Boland

Chinese New Year 2014

By December 31, 2013

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With western New Year in the bag and 2014 underway Hong Kongers are beginning their preparations for Chinese New Year. The Year of the Horse falls on January 31st and sees Hong Kongers shut up shop and spend three days at home swapping presents and eating too much.

The city has a pretty well tried and tested celebration schedule for Chinese New Year with a huge parade, a barrage of fireworks and dragon dances through the city's streets. It's not to be missed. Below you'll find our guides to Chinese New Year; the traditions, the festivities and the horoscopes.

Chinese New Year guide
Chinese New Year in Hong Kong
Chinese New Year horoscopes

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