Quiz: What to eat for Chinese New Year 2015
Kung hei fat choy! It’s that most auspicious time of the year again when the lunar calendar ushers in what’s known as Chinese New Year. 2015 is the Year of the Sheep (or goat – it’s the same character in Mandarin) in the Chinese calendar and if you’ve been lucky enough to be born under this sign (hint: you’ll be turning 12, 24, 36 or other multiples of 12), expect double happiness, good fortune and a most prosperous year. For everyone else, you can still get your happy on filling your belly with delicious dim sum. What to eat for Chinese New Year 2015? Take our quiz and figure out what is most fortuitious to nom.
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