Worshippers visit Che Kung Temple in Sha Tin to pray for good luck. Photo: Felix Wong

How to stay lucky over Lunar New Year and what it means if you’re a pig in the Chinese zodiac: everything you need to know

  • Hong Kong and Chinese communities around the world are gearing up for the Year of the Pig. Here are our tips for the festive period and the year ahead
Topic |   Lunar New Year

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Worshippers visit Che Kung Temple in Sha Tin to pray for good luck. Photo: Felix Wong
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Macarons replace fortune cookies on Hakkasan’s Lunar New Year menu, with fortunes penned by guest celebrities. Photo: Hakkasan

The most extravagant Chinese New Year menus in the US: macarons, cordyceps and an 8lb crab

  • Chinese New Year in America is celebrated with excess and extravagance – a US$750 Alaskan king crab with truffle sauce, anyone?
  • One restaurant group replaced fortune cookies with macarons, the fortunes written by celebrities such as Candace Bushnell, Will Self and Willie Young
Topic |   Food and Drinks

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Macarons replace fortune cookies on Hakkasan’s Lunar New Year menu, with fortunes penned by guest celebrities. Photo: Hakkasan
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