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Loads of crafts and recipes to help you celebrate the Chinese New Year on February 14, 2010.
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.
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 the Chinese New Year with long, lacy garlands.
Get the new year off to a swimming start with these fortune-bringing fish.
With these colorful, fortune-filled paper cookies, you can enjoy the Chinese New Year tradition of chun lian, simple expressions of wishes for good fortune in the coming year.
Your family can celebrate the Chinese New Year and its finale, the Lantern Festival, with a collection of these flameless mini paper lanterns.
Dragons represent good fortune, so they often make appearances at celebrations of Chinese New Year. Create your own luck with this puppet-size dragon.
A common decoration during Chinese New Year is a string of red firecrackers. Some believe that throwing firecrackers scares away evil spirits. Make a string of your own to display!
You can guess your fortune with this felt Chinese fortune cookie decoration, but no peeking! This kids craft is a great table decoration for Chinese New Year or New Year's Day.
Ideas for a fun origami party
Okay, nothing. But orange you glad there are so many great crafts to keep you and your kids busy through the brisk autumn days?