Chinese New Year, which begins February 10, is a time for family get-togethers and the sharing of traditional foods with symbolic meaning: health, wealth and happiness. Dishes such as Peking duck symbolize fidelity and togetherness, and noodles (served uncut) represent long life. Click through for 5 more delicious Chinese New Year recipes and learn what these foods represent. Discover even more Chinese New Year recipes here. Sun Neen Fai Lok (Happy New Year!)
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