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Year of the Boar

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For some, celebrating the New Year isn't a one day affair — it's a cultural journey. The Chinese New Year started on February 18, and this Monday the celebration comes to a close. Independent producer Charlie Schroeder and his wife, Wendy Mok, have been keeping a diary of their Chinese New Year experience, as they try their best to stick to tradition at their home in Los Angeles. But sometimes being traditional is harder than it looks.


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