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Sunday, 7 February 2016 2:43:21 PM Australia/Sydney
Traditionally Chinese people clean their houses to drive away the bad luck of the previous year. Next year might take a while to clean, as this year is the year of the Monkey and is considered to be a bad year.
There are a lot of festivities to celebrate this important event and, of course, the hardest part is deciding what to do. Perhaps the staff room or lunch room can hold a Chinese banquet, or you can make some paper lanterns with the kids in class and discuss the importance of the red and gold that adorns Chinese new year celebrations. Whatever you decide to do we hope you enjoy Chinese New Year and wish you every success for the year ahead.
Posted in News By Natalie Schweikert