Is Your Luck Running Out?

Is Your Luck Running Out?

It’s the year of the Monkey!

May the Monkey bring you good luck for your family and friends.

Every year we enjoy the Chinese New Year celebrations on Front St. as the yearly characters (this year is the Monkey), dance and amuse the crowds and spread good luck to the local businesses.

Each Chinese New Year is characterized by one of 12 animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac.
This year it’s the Year of the Monkey, the ninth animal in the cycle. The next Year of the Monkey will be in 2028.

Chinese New Year is a holiday that celebrates the beginning of a new year according to the lunar calendar. Since the lunar calendar is based on the phases of the moon, Chinese New Year is never on the same day each year, but usually is somewhere between January 21st and February 20th.

Chinese New Year is the most important of the Chinese holidays.

It is celebrated with family gatherings, celebration, gift-giving, fireworks, the eating of symbolic foods and the display of decorations. Traditionally it is a 15-day holiday focused on bringing good luck for the new year and celebrating the coming of spring.

Happy Chinese New Year from Re-Max Island Properties

The Wharf Cinema Center Chinese New Year Event, Feb. 10

The Wharf Cinema Center presents the 31st Annual Chinese New Year celebration led by Master Ben Seng Au and the Au Shaolin Arts Society on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016 at 11:30 a.m.


Piʻilani Village Shopping Center to Celebrate Year of the Yang Fire Monkey

As custom dictates, a colorfully acrobatic Lion Dance will usher in Chinese New Year at the Piʻilani Village Shopping Center on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2016.

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