Millions across the world celebrate The Year Of The Rooster:
Join Us for Breakfast on Wednesday, February 1st from 8:30am – 10:30am. Stop by the red tables outside the Library’s Foyer for some breakfast treats.
Co-sponsored by: APALSA and members of the Diversity Faculty Committee
The 2017 Chinese New Year celebrations were not only restricted to China or Chinatowns across the globe as a large number of people from London to San Francisco came out to celebrate the Spring Festival, bringing in the Year of Rooster. One of the most important traditional celebrations in China and countries with a large Chinese population, the lunar new year is a family holiday where people clean their homes and decorate them with red lanterns and posters of poetic verses.