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It may be the year of the Horse, but traditional lion dance performances are still a key part of Chinese New Year celebrations around the world. -TNP, AsiaOne
There are many festivities celebrated during Chinese New Year, but what are the uniquely Singaporean things? Watch this video to find out. -Stomp
A recent Youtube video was uploaded by a power company in Malaysia to highlight the importance of spending time with family and friends during the festive season. -AsiaOne
More than 1.1 million visitors are expected at the 11-day River Hongbao carnival, which kicked off on Wednesday evening at the Floating Platform @ Marina Bay. -ST
For those that are annoyed with the recent onslaught of CNY songs, watch the video below for one medley you definitely wouldn't dislike. -Stomp
Conflicts, disasters, record high temperatures, an economic chill in Asia and more trouble for Justin Bieber - the upcoming Year of the Horse is set to be a dramatic one, say Hong Kong feng shui...
Those born in the Year of the Goat can expect a problem-free year in 2014, said Prof Joe Choo, the president of the Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Science. -The Star/ANN
For those born in the year of the Horse, you can look forward to opportunities for promotion and salary increment. Stay motivated and accomplish more at work as this will bring about favourable...
For those born in the year of the Snake, learn to manage your finances by curbing unnecessary spending, not dabbling in speculations and not gambling. -RazorTV
One band, however, has sought to put a spin on things by producing an upbeat English song about the Lunar New Year. -Stomp
This year brings health issues for those born in the year of the Dragon. You may be prone to accidents or injuries by sharp objects. Avoid dangerous activities and exercise caution on the road. -...
As Chinese New Year approaches, Chinese people from around the world are busy with last-minute preparations. -Reuters, AsiaOne
Those born in the year of the Rabbit can look forward to an increase in income. However, Rabbits are advised to be prudent and invest wisely. -RazorTV
How do you deal with a pesky relative who bugs you for the umpteenth time during Chinese New Year about your marital status? -Stomp
This year brings good romance luck for those born in the year of the Tiger. For singles, that special someone may come into your life. Loving couples will be ready for marriage. -RazorTv
Those born in the year of the Ox can look forward to career advancement, recognition and wealth luck. -RazorTV
Those born in the year of the Rat should learn to manage their cash flow, stop speculation and gambling to avoid major financial losses. -RazorTV
Those born in the year of the Pig can look forward to the new year bringing benefactors to help them in career advancement. -RazorTV

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