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By Nail Polish and More
Harmony Gelish has released the Year of the Horse Collection, a new four-piece set to celebrate the 2014 Chinese New Year. This set features two Gelish gels and two Morgan Taylor nail polishes. Web retailer Nail Polish and More has the set in stock.

By Magikid
Magikid Nian - Chinese New Year App Available on the App Store.

By CompAndSave.com
Ring in the New Year in a unique fashion with customized Chinese New Year Greeting Cards.

By PRDA
Aqua has been named one “Hottest 100 Tables in the World,” by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine.

By Sofitel Manila
Celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Horse at Sofitel and have a magnifique traditional Chinese New Year festivities like no other!

By Chinese Southern Belle
Mother-Daughter "Chinese Southern Belles" Host Special Event- No styrofoam, no long speeches, no gongs

By PRDA
Celebrate Chinese New Year with Edible Arrangements Hong Kong. Your family will surely thank you!

By Naaapsf.com
Come join us as we kick off the festivities to bring in the Year of the Snake! The National Association of Asian American Professionals is excited to partner with Macy's Union Square for an exclusive night of fashion, music, free food, and drinks.

By Naaapsf.com
February, 7TH, 2013-The National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) is partnering with Macy's Union Square for an exclusive night of fashion, music, free food, and drinks at our Lunar New Year cocktail reception.

By Gilbert's Foods
Gilbert’s Foods has launched a new Sweet Chilli Chicken dish in time for Chinese New Year celebrations on 10th February.

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By Nail Polish and More
Harmony Gelish has released the Year of the Horse Collection, a new four-piece set to celebrate the 2014 Chinese New Year. This set features two Gelish gels and two Morgan Taylor nail polishes. Web retailer Nail Polish and More has the set in stock.

By PRDA
Edible Arrangements Hong Kong only uses the freshest fruits and delicious semisweet chocolate, making sure that, regardless of age and gender, your loved ones will be delighted to taste the artfully arranged fruit arrangement.

By Magikid
Magikid Nian - Chinese New Year App Available on the App Store.

By CompAndSave.com
Ring in the New Year in a unique fashion with customized Chinese New Year Greeting Cards.

By PRDA
Aqua has been named one “Hottest 100 Tables in the World,” by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine.

By Sofitel Manila
Celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Horse at Sofitel and have a magnifique traditional Chinese New Year festivities like no other!

By Chinese Southern Belle
Mother-Daughter "Chinese Southern Belles" Host Special Event- No styrofoam, no long speeches, no gongs

By Velassaru Maldives
Velassaru Maldives recently released the Events Calendar for 2013 offering a wide selection of dinner events and world’s special celebrations.

By Localphone
Award-winning international call provider, Localphone.com, is celebrating Chinese New Year with three days of free calls.

By PRDA
Celebrate Chinese New Year with Edible Arrangements Hong Kong. Your family will surely thank you!

By The Real Asset Company
As we approach Chinese New Year and the news that China imported nearly 800 tonnes of gold in 2012, gold investment business The Real Asset Company takes a look at China’s infamous landmarks and combines them with the country’s love for gold.

By Sofitel Manila
Welcome the Year of the Snake in a sumptuous celebration at Sofitel Manila!

By Naaapsf.com
Come join us as we kick off the festivities to bring in the Year of the Snake! The National Association of Asian American Professionals is excited to partner with Macy's Union Square for an exclusive night of fashion, music, free food, and drinks.

By Naaapsf.com
February, 7TH, 2013-The National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) is partnering with Macy's Union Square for an exclusive night of fashion, music, free food, and drinks at our Lunar New Year cocktail reception.

By Phatic Communications
You can make resolutions and party all over again with Brightwater Commons, a Fountainhead Retail Asset, and their Chinese New Year event scheduled for Saturday 2 February 2012 from 11am to 5pm.

By Gilbert's Foods
Gilbert’s Foods has launched a new Sweet Chilli Chicken dish in time for Chinese New Year celebrations on 10th February.

By Grand Mercure Hongqiao
The Grand Mercure Hongqiao Shanghai never forgets the seniors in poverty around the neighbourhood.

By Scott Posner
In order to reach Chinese speaking home buyers, red rocket LA creates a Chinese language website for a new-home community located just outside of Los Angeles.

By PDP Media
On the 23rd January 2012, the Chinese New Year celebration period began and Praetorian Marketing happily found themselves in the middle of the party!

By ADPR
Local businesses got a taste of the East as leading Somerset law firm, Pardoes, celebrated the Chinese New Year in style.

By Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC
Denville, Morris County NJ personal trainer and fitness expert Carey Yang embraces a second chance to jump-start fitness and diet resolutions after the Chinese New Year of Dragon.

By Localphone
Leading international call provider, Localphone, is celebrating the Year of the Water Dragon and has made calls to China completely free for four days.

By Apples & Oranges Public Relations
Meet Eric. 40 years old and owner of East Moon Asian Bistro. It's 2012 and Eric wants to take his wife out to a special occasion: this year he is going to grab the Award at the Top 100 Chinese Asian Restaurants in America.

By TNS Hong Kong
TNS reveals the spending habits of Hong Kongers during the coming Chinese New Year and their confidence in the economy.

By Tom Racette
Chinese New Year (CNY) was once upon a time a quite holiday period to travel. Now the number of outbound travelers from mainland China during CNY has surged since the Chinese government travel ban was lifted back in June 2008.

By Elisa Contemporary Art
Elisa Contemporary Art's new exhibit, Enter the Dragon, features artwork by two female Chinese artists: Shanghai-born Mimi Chen Ting and Taiwan-born Amy Cheng. The exhibit runs through March 31. Special events: a Feng Shui Talk and Artist Lecture.

By Eton Institute
Eton Institute, the UAE’s No. 1 language school is organising a free Chinese Cultural evening to celebrate the start of the Chinese Year of the Dragon and give the community an insight on this intriguing culture.

By ZeMis Ltd
ZeMis celebrates Chinese New Year in front of a global audience in the hopes of harmonizing Eastern and Western culture and spreading the tradition beyond the Chinese population.

By PRDA
So the much awaited Chinese New Year is just around the corner! Started on your shopping yet? The Chinese New Year is, after all, the largest and the most important annual festival celebrated by the Chinese and Chinese descendants all over the world.

By PRDA
A lot of people around the world are gearing up for the much awaited Chinese New Year!

By Encino Chamber of Commerce
Join the Encino Chamber of Commerce at the Dr. Stephen Yu, D.D.S, annual Chinese New Year Celebration with over 150 people, free Chinese food, prizes, and lion dancers.

By Rebecca Smith
If your Phuket property will be empty for long periods, you’ve probably considered renting it. Obviously you need to buy the right property in the right place.

By Forte PR
Members and guests of The Legacy at Willow Bend, Plano’s first and only life care retirement community, recently celebrated the Chinese New Year with members of the U.S.–China Chamber of Commerce.

By Rebecca Smith
As the Chinese New Year gets underway in Phuket, Thailand. Phuket is already reaping the rewards as tourists descend to the Island for the festivities.

By DirectWithHotels, Inc.
Discovery Shores Boracay greets the Chinese New Year and the Year of the Rabbit with a sumptuous array of Chinese culinary treats.

By Aerosim Flight Academy
Of the 74 international student pilots Aerosim Flight Academy received from the Civil Aviation Flight University of China (CAFUC) last year, the first six graduated January 31, 2011.

By Rebecca Smith - Phuket Ocean Villas
Celebrations for the Chinese New Year starts this week in Phuket, Thailand. This year is the year of the Rabbit and the Tourism Authority of Thailand have gone to great lengths to ensure this year's celebrations are better than ever.

By Clair Barton
Amidst growing concerns about major global economies, inflation, and an increase in gold demand, China Mineral Company, LTD expects gold to break $1400 per ounce in February.

By Phoenix Marketing Associates
Three-Day Festival From Feb. 3-5 Will Feature Special Menus, Giveaways and Even Free Dinner!

By Pandamimi
Chinese people has their important day to celebrate, the First day according to lunar calendar. The day is very important to Chinese people as much as Christmas to European people

By Global Gold Group
Gold coin demand will seasonally increase over the next few weeks in advance of the Chinese New Year celebrations starting February 3.

By City Discovery
Sightseeing tours highlighting a rich Chinese heritage are available in Vancouver, Toronto, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, San Francisco and New York City.

By Shradha Chadha
The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) announced on 11 January, 2011 that the 16th Cathay Pacific International Chinese New Year Night Parade will be staged on the first evening of Chinese New Year (3 February).

By Raebecca van Vliet
Agoda.com, Asia’s global hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed priceline.com Inc., celebrates Chinese New Year with special hotel deals across Thailand.

By The Pavilions, Phuket
Escape the rat race and burrow away with your loved one this Chinese New Year at The Pavilions, Phuket.

By LateRooms.com
Chinese New Year in London looks set to be a cracking experience for travellers in the capital city on the day.

By AsiaRooms.com
The dawn of the year of the tiger will be celebrated next February.

By Lek Boonlert
DirectRooms.com announce Kanchanaburi’s 2011 Chinese New Year Festival will kick off on 3 February and run until 15 days later, when the Lantern Festival will climax the event

By Lek Boonlert
One of the most eagerly anticipated events of the year for members of the Chinese community and all those who like to party, Chinese New Year will be celebrated on February 3rd in 2011

By Zemid Ltd.
As ZeMis seeks to promote world culture, the online store celebrates Chinese New Year in front of a global audience in the hopes of harmonizing Eastern and Western culture and spreading the tradition beyond the Chinese population.



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