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You are here: Home > About Us > Press > Chinese New Year Press Release 2008
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Date: January 31, 2008


Rowland Heights, CA 91748


Largest Listings of Chinese New Year Events for the US and Canada

ChildBook.com announces the largest listing of
Chinese New Year Events for the US and Canada with over 100+ event's information. Chinese New Year is the important holiday for Chinese and public events in the US range from Rickshaw races in Wyoming to what is often the Coldest Chinese New Year in Montana  to the largest Chinese New Year Parade parade in San Francisco to events at Casinos.Chinese New Year occurs on the first day with a new moon and ends with the Lantern Festival for a total of fifteen days of holiday. Chinese New Year in 2008 occurs on February 7th.  Dates for events range from January through February 2008.  The listing of Chinese New Year event is available at http://www.childbook.com/Chinese-New-Year-Events-Parades-and-Festivals-s/126.htm

Chinese New Year is celebrated in the the United States and Canada in Cities that have large ethnic Chinese populations, such as Los Angeles that has over twenty events to cities that had a Chinese presence historically.  Examples of this are is the event Wyoming at a Chinese Museum, where Chinese in Wyoming worked on the transcontinental Railroad in the 1860's and after in the Coal Mines. Chinese New Year Celebrations range from dance performances to flower markets.

Per Wendy Lin, Author of the Practical Chinese Book Series, "Childbook's list of Chinese New Year Events is a great resource for anyone interested in celebrating Chinese New Year in the United States and Canada.  Events are mostly publicized via word of mouth and I often find out about local events after the fact.  The increased profile and interest in China due to it's economic growth have increased interest in Chinese New Year Events among non Chinese in the United States."

Chinese New Year Events for businesses are an opportunity to reach out to over three million Ethnic Chinese in the United States. Event organizers range from businesses such as Casino's that showcase Chinese and Taiwanese pop stars to Chinese historical societies to local Chamber of Commerces. ChildBook has been publishing online a listing of Chinese New Year Event 2004.


Other Chinese New Year Information on www.childbook.com includes articles, lesson plans, crafts, games, and projects.

Contact: Ray 
www.ChildBook.com, Tel. 626-810-2088, ray@childbook.com

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