The Lunar New Year is the most important social and economic holiday for billions of people around the world. The holiday is tied to the lunar-solar Chinese calendar and was originally observed as a time to honor household and heavenly deities and ancestors. Today, Lunar New Year is a special time to bring friends and family together for feasting and festivities in China, Korea, Vietnam, Japan, Mongolia and other countries all over the world.
Celebrate with Us!
Case Western Reserve University celebrates Lunar New Year with a fireworks display, popular Asian snacks, and giveaways for students.
Case Western Reserve will celebrate Lunar New Year 2021 on Thursday, February 11!
All members of the campus community, alumni and the public are invited to attend this free event! Check back for more details closer to the celebration!
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