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Cultural Celebration: Lunar New Year is coming!
the holiday season is usually interpreted to be the period between Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Did you know that more than 1.5 billion people around the world celebrate Lunar New Year?
Lunar New Year has many names ex. Spring Festival and Chinese New Year. Many Asian cultures such as Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean celebrate this festival. This year, Lunar New Year is on February 1, 2022.
In Chinese culture, it is a 15 day-celebration which is also described as “the largest human migration on the planet” by CNN. In Vietnam, Tết Nguyên Đán lasts for up to a week. In South Korea, Seollal lasts for three days. Learn about the festival traditions, popular foods & decorations with USA Today.
National Geographic tells us the top 10 things to know about Lunar New Year.
Times Magazine shows us How to Wish Someone a ‘Happy New Year’ in Chinese.
Are you ready to celebrate Lunar New Year – be it your workplace, consumer market, service population? Celebrate Diversity & Cultures with our Diversity Calendar.
Going back to the office?
The pandemic has accelerated a lot of changes in the world that impact our daily life – from how we grocery shop, access medical services, meet and interact with others virtually and even how metaverse has sneaked into our lives.
CityNews shares how experts say Hybrid model of working is likely to become norm past COVID-19 pandemic.
Here are 7 trends & tips identified by Microsoft: The Next Great Disruption Is Hybrid Work—Are We Ready?
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