U.S. Foreign Service Posts Mark the 2018 Lunar New Year #YearoftheDog

Posted: 12:46 am ET

 

Via AIT Taiwan:

AND THEN THIS —

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USCG Hong Kong Celebrates the New Lunar Year of the Sheep

Posted: 17:55 PST
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In celebration of this year’s Lunar New Year, the folks at the U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau sent their Consul General Clifford A. Hart, Jr. to learn the traditional Chinese art of paper tearing with master artist Lee Sing-man. A sheep with sunglasses came along. For USCG HK’s lunar greeting videos from prior years, click here and here.

Kung Hei Fat Choy!

 

Happy Lunar New Year: Ringing in the Year of the Sheep

Posted: 17:22  PST

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Asia celebrates the Lunar New Year on February 19th, ringing in the Year of the Sheep. So what can you expect from the festivities? Lots of red, for starters. Via Post TV:

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USCG Hong Kong & Macau: Lunar New Year Greeting for Year of the Snake

Via USCG HK and Macau:

Wondering what a snake, a candy box, an enormous lai xi, and a group of singing and dancing Consulate employees have in common? Take a look!

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The Lunar New Year video features Consul General Stephen Young and the staff of the U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong and Macau.

This is not the first time post did a video for the lunar year, and this reminds us a lot of US Embassy Bangkok’s New Year video earlier this year, but this is way better than the previous ones they’ve done.

Happy Lunar Year of the Dragon (2012)

Happy Lunar Year of the Rabbit (2011)

Wishing all our readers good fortune and prosperity in the Year of the Snake!

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