The Chinese New Year, which lands on Feb. 14 this year, is a time for family. For people like Joshua Wu, whose family lives apart, the New Year is a time for them to get together and celebrate. “It’s a fun thing,” he said.
Wu added, that cleerbating in China and in the U.S. are different.
“China goes about it differently … what we usually do is families … come as a whole group. It’s a get-together.”