The Chinese New Year, that is. The 15-day celebration that begins on Feb. 10 offers lots of opportunities for fun with the grandchildren. Teach them to prepare some traditional foods. Give a gift of money in the traditional red envelopes. Make paper lanterns for the final celebration, Lantern Day. And don't forget to take lots of photographs. The New Year is also a time to visit with family and to mend any damaged relationships. That's a tradition that perhaps all families should adopt.
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