How do Asian-Americans Celebrate Chinese New Year?

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Lunar New Year falls on January 25 and the holiday is celebrated around the world, but not every family’s traditions look the same. InsideEdition.com reporter Johanna Li and her friend Marcia Hu visits the predominantly Asian-American neighborhood of Flushing in New York City to discuss the lucky greetings, unique customs and delicious foods sampled around this time. Plus, find out what it means to be ringing in the Year of the Rat and how you can wish others a happy new year.

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