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How Spring Festival is being redefined

Jin Dan Updated: Feb 13,2017 10:46 AM

For most Chinese, the weekend’s Lantern Festival signaled the end of this year’s Spring Festival and the return to real life and work in the new year. Traditionally, the holiday is celebrated at home with family. Fireworks and the giving of red packets make it the happiest time of year for children. However, modern lifestyles are rewriting how many Chinese celebrate this most important festival.