The video was released in celebration of the Lunar New Year, China's biggest holiday, but came at a time when relations between the nation remain tense.
The Year of the Tiger is upon us again, according to the Chinese Zodiac. To celebrate Chinese New Year, here's a list of celebrities who are all tigers.
From eating "lucky" foods to avoiding the number four, we look at some unique traditions marked during Lunar New Year.
"Pokémon GO" is running a special event to ring in the Lunar New Year. Here is all you need to know, including what rewards are available and which Pokémon are featured.
Today marks the beginning of the Lunar New Year, here's all you need to know about the Year of the Tiger, what it means and how to celebrate.
Tigers are an endangered species, but their numbers have rebounded in several countries in recent years.
Much like in English, there are many different ways to wish somebody a "Happy New Year" in China. Here are a few alternatives in both Cantonese and Mandarin.
For the past few years,"Overwatch" has celebrated the Lunar New Year with a special in-game event. Here is all you need to know about 2022's festivities.
After a stressful year in 2020, 2021's Chinese zodiac appears to suggest a moment of slow recovery.
This Lunar New Year marks the transition out of the Year of the Rat and into the Year of the Ox, which is traditionally associated with a slow and steady pace.
Several websites offer a range of free images and gifs themed around Chinese New Year that can be shared on social media.
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Celebrate the Lunar New Year with this helpful daily guide on what the Chinese New Year is and how it is typically celebrated.
It's the Year of the Metal Rat according to the Chinese zodiac, which could mean big changes in the new year.
As the Lunar New Year celebrations begin, we look at various deals on offer across the country, from Nike's new Chinese New Year-inspired sneakers to hotel packages.
All major Chinese New Year celebrations and large-scale activities in Beijing as well as two Chinese New Year events in Hong Kong have been canceled.
Celebrations take a hold in the western hemisphere
Chinese New Year begins on January 25, and the 15 day long celebration ends on February 9. New Yorkers can celebrate by attending a number of different Lunar New Year parades and celebrations.
Millions of people are gearing up to celebrate the start of the year of the pig—including New Yorkers.
The year of the pig indicates wealth and fortune for those born in the upcoming 12 months.
The festival commemorates the beginning of the year of the pig.
Users on social media have slammed the Spring Festival Gala skit for being "disgusting" and "completely racist."
The dog's most defining characteristic is loyalty.
Chinese astrologists predict a year of bad luck for Trump starting Friday, the first day of the Lunar New Year.
Artist Chen Forng-Shean made the miniature pups to celebrate Chinese New Year.
The depiction of President Donald Trump involves furrowed golden eyebrows and golden hair flipped upward near the front.
London, New York, Paris, Sydney and many more cities will celebrate the Year of the Monkey.