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Free! 2010 Chinese New Year's Celebration Guide

This image, traditionally placed in a diamond shape, is the Chinese character for “spring” positioned upside down; it symbolizes the arrival of spring. You can post this sign on a door or anywhere in the house to celebrate the New Year.

Chinese New Year of 2010 is on Feb. 14, 2010. It begins the year of the tiger. So anyone born between Feb. 14, 2010, and Feb. 2, 2011, will be a tiger.

In this free brochure (a shipping charge may apply), you’ll find decorative fortune signs that you can use around the house to welcome the new year. You will also find day-by-day celebration activities that you can do or share with people you care about.

Limit 20 per customer, available while supplies last.

The 15 Days of Chinese New Year’s Celebration

The 15 Days of Chinese New Year’s Celebration

In this brochure, you’ll find decorative fortune signs that you can use around the house to welcome the new year. You will also find day-by-day celebration activities that you can do or share with people you care about.

In this brochure, you’ll find decorative fortune signs that you can use around the house to welcome the new year. You will also find day-by-day celebration activities that you can do or share with people you care about.

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