View Seattle Lunar New Year Gif. Every year, city university of seattle students and staff celebrate the lunar new year, also known as chinese new year. It's the year of the rooster, and wing luke museum and the chinatown international district are marking the occasion.
The lunar new year, the year of the pig, falls on february 5 this year. The first day of the festival begins on the new moon sometime each year between january 21st and february 20th. It's the year of the rooster, and wing luke museum and the chinatown international district are marking the occasion.
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Our lunar new year celebration is one of the largest events of its kind in the region and showcases diversity, richness and culture of the asian community. Attendees will see lion dances, parades, kung fu performances and traditions associated with chinese culture and chinese. It is also known as the lunar new year or the spring festival. This year's celebration was particularly special for all of us since it was held for the first time in our downtown campus that opened its doors in january.