New Year Traditions

Growing up in a multi-cultural environment has affected me not just with my thirst for experiencing anything worldly, but also by my general acceptance to tradition.  Bubbly drinks, new clothes, pockets with coins, money envelopes, long”life” noodles, 13 fruits, candles, incense, lanterns, pineapples, bowls filled with sweets, offerings and things red, gold and round.  All for the hope that the coming year will be better than the last, with or without the fiscal cliff.

What traditions do you follow?




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