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Photo of the day: Solid Gou-ld

We leave you with this glorious golden statue, available on Taobao among a plethora of *other* golden dog statues priced between ~ $10-$200, if you wanna boost your Dog Year feng shui

Photo of the Day: Wang Wang Year (旺旺年)

“Wang wang” (汪汪) is an onomatopoeia representing a dog’s bark; “wang wang” (旺旺) means flourishing/prosperity, and was a catchphrase repeated throughout the Spring Festival Gala, forever memorialized with this song

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Episode 16

The Chinese New Year Traditions You Need to Know

Wǒ Men Podcast: The Chinese New Year Traditions You Need to Know

China has transformed greatly over the last few decades, and Chinese New Year has also come to mean very different things from generation to generation — Yajun and Jingjing explore the customs and superstitions that have changed with the times

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