The Year of the Dragon in the Chinese zodiac symbolizes luck, knowledge, and success.

 The Lunar New Year is China's most important holiday. According to the lunar calendar, the Spring Festival or Chinese New Year begins the year.

 Lunar New Year begins normally in late January or mid-February. Public holidays in mainland China last seven days.

 This February 10 Lunar New Year is the Year of the Dragon.

 Born in a Year of the Dragon, I study Chinese religious history and culture. 

 I'm particularly fascinated by how the ceremonies showcase traditional Chinese culture's durability and vitality.

 At its heart, Lunar New Year brings families together. A week before, cleaning and decorating the home, purchasing for gifts and supplies, and cooking begin.

 An important event is the family meal on New Year's Eve. Family and local culinary traditions influence dish selection

 It usually comprises dumplings, spring rolls, cakes, seafood, and pork. Drinking, especially traditional wines and liquor, is common. Many dishes have symbolic connotations.

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