Snake Charming Cook up some fun with a generous helping of cultural tradition this month by celebrating Chinese New Year in your cafeteria. This year’s celebration begins on February 10, marking the Year of the Snake, the sixth in the calendar’s 12-year cycle. According to Chinese astrology, people born in this year possess great wisdom, gracious morality and tremendous sympathy for others. They are determined to accomplish their goals and hate to fail. Decorate your cafeteria with lanterns, cherry blossoms and lots of red, and in the style of the Chinese tradition, give students small red envelopes with notes or prizes inside. Use your web browser to find numerous sites with information about Chinese New Year festivities, foods, facts and trivia.
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