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Loads of crafts and recipes to help you celebrate the Chinese New Year on February 14, 2010.
Okay, nothing. But orange you glad there are so many great crafts to keep you and your kids busy through the brisk autumn days?
Take a peek at these delicious and nutritious Chinese recipes!
Get a taste of the East with one of Spoonful's delectable chinese dishes, from wonton soup, to pot stickers and more!
Celebrate Chinese New Year with this mini version of the monster-size parade dragon; another great holiday craft from Spoonful.
Present your Chinese New Year gift inside our printable red envelope.
This handy printable will show you the animal that corresponds with your birth year, and the most likely compatible signs.
These decorative lanterns aren't meant to be lit, but they're great additions to your party décor.
Help your kids learn about other cultures through cooking!
Dragons represent good fortune, so they often make appearances at celebrations of Chinese New Year. Create your own luck with this puppet-size dragon.
Chinese New Year is one of the biggest celebrations of the year in the Far East. Teach your family about this millennia-old holiday with fun crafts and a menu that puts a decidedly Asian flavor on the evening.
Ideas for a fun origami party