Lunar New Year: Embracing the Year of the Dragon

Lunar New Year: Embracing the Year of the Dragon

Dancing dragons and bright fireworks in the sky, it must be time for Lunar New Year! Lunar New Year is a joyful time in the Asian community. As one of the most celebrated holidays in China, Vietnam, Korea, and their diaspora communities, the Lunar New Year is a beloved holiday. This year, the holiday begins on February 10, 2024, and ushers in the Year of the Dragon. Ring in this festive holiday with your loved ones and learn more ways to celebrate with this guide from Yellow Bliss Co.! 

Year of the Dragon

The Lunar New Year is celebrated in many Asian countries. In China, it’s also known as Chūnjié the Spring Festival, or the Chinese New Year. In Vietnam, the holiday is referred to as Tết, and in South Korea, it’s known as Seollal. Each country has its own traditions associated with its celebrations.

The Lunar New Year is often closely associated with the Chinese New Year, which marks the beginning of a new sign in the cycle of the Chinese Zodiac. This year is the Year of the Dragon. This year is going to be creative, curious, and exploratory. Those born in a Year of the Dragon should expect to be bold and creative throughout the year.

Lunar New Year Traditions


Chinese New Year Celebrations often include displaying glowing lanterns, setting off fireworks, and giving gifts in red envelopes meant to bring luck. The Chinese New Year also often has a feast featuring dumplings, longevity noodles, and sweet rice balls, representing wealth, family togetherness, and happiness, respectively.

For the Vietnamese New Year, many people decorate their homes with peach blossom trees and yellow Mai flowers. During their feast, they enjoy bánh chang, a dish made from rice, mung beans, and pork.

During the South Korean Lunar New Year, people worship elders and eat traditional food. Feasts include jeon pancakes and tteokguk, a soup with rice cakes. During this celebration, people wear hanbok, a traditional Korean clothing.

Celebrating Lunar New Year

Gather with friends, family, and everyone you love for a wonderful Lunar New Year celebration. Decorate your home with lanterns and door couplets. Fireworks and sparklers will help brighten the celebration.

The Lunar New Year party box from Yellow Bliss Co. has the perfect table setting for your feast. On the table, add peach and yellow flowers for a bright pop of color and pillar candles to set the ambiance. Host a feast of traditional foods meant to bring you luck in the new year. 

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Best wishes for a prosperous New Year! The Lunar New Year is a time to celebrate prosperity and happiness with the ones you love. Feast on delicious traditional food and light up the sky with lanterns and fireworks. The Lunar New Year is one of the most celebrated holidays in Asian communities, so why not go all out with the help of Yellow Bliss Co.? Bring in the Year of the Dragon with positivity and a stunning tablescape.


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