Lunar New Year

Should Fireworks Be Legal During Lunar New Year Celebrations?Fireworks are a big part of Tet celebrations and other Lunar New Year events, but in most of the Bay Area, they're illegal.
Bay Area Woman Saves Dog From Being Slaughtered For Meat In ChinaThursday marks the Lunar New Year. For a growing number of animal lovers, here and in China, they hope the Year of the Goat will be the time to remember the story of a little dog that inspired a movement.
1000s Turn Out For San Francisco’s Annual Lunar New Year Parade, FestivalThe parade, an annual tradition in San Francisco, is considered the world's largest celebration of the Lunar New Year outside of Asia.
Rain Possible At San Francisco Chinese New Year ParadeDespite being in the midst of a drought, people attending the annual Chinese New Year Parade in San Francisco on Saturday evening should pack an umbrella and prepare for the possibility of wet weather.
Bay Area Rings In Year Of The HorseKicking off the Year of the Horse, a parade with lion dancers and firecrackers marched through San Francisco's Chinatown neighborhood Friday morning.
Best Ways To Celebrate Lunar New Year In The South BayWith San Jose recognized as home to the largest Vietnamese population outside of Vietnam, the South Bay hosts Tet festivals as well as Chinese celebrations.
Celebrate Chinese New Year In The Bay AreaWelcome to the year of the Snake: 2013. According to the Chinese Zodiac, the year of the Snake begins February 10, 2013 and ends January 30, 2014. The Snake, the sixth sign in the Chinese Zodiac, symbolizes an intuitive and introspective personality, and people born during a Snake year are considered intelligent and wise. Celebrate the New Year at cultural events happening around the San Francisco Bay Area.
San Francisco Kicks Off Crime Prevention Campaign For Lunar New YearScams, burglaries, robberies and extortion are among the crimes city leaders, including San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon, are warning about.
Postal Service Unveils Lunar New Year Stamp In San FranciscoA new U.S. Postal Service stamp marking the Lunar New Year was unveiled Wednesday in San Francisco by city and postal officials.
SFPD Warns Asian Merchants Of Chinese Lunar New Year CrimeThe celebration is a customary time of gift exchange, which is why Asian stores are seen as targets by criminals.
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