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Year of the Tiger for 2022

Posted by Tet San Diego on Sunday, January 2, 2022, In : Lunar New Year 
Happy 2022! I am so glad things are looking better this year and there are 3 planned lunar new year events by the San Diego community in February. See the list of festivals and fairs happening for Lunar New Year.

Last year for 2021, all of the events were virtual so what a gift it is to be able to celebrate together as a community.

As Coronavirus Covid variant Omicron is spreading right now, if there are changes and the organizers announce them, I'll try my best to update the information on the...
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Happy Year of the Ox

Posted by Tet San Diego on Sunday, January 31, 2021, In : Lunar New Year 
Tet Festivals and Chinese New Year Fairs look different this year in San Diego. They are all going virtual to protect patrons. Great news is you can watch from the comfort of your home. Scroll down to see list below. Vietnamese New Year & Chinese New Year is February 12, 2021 for 2021 and is the year of the ox.

 Getting Ready for Lunar New Year!
 

Here's the San Diego Festival list:

Feb. 12, 2021 - Year of the Ox Celebration by House of China. Online this year with dance, music, lion dance...

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Happy Lunar New Year of the Mouse 2020!

Posted by Tet San Diego on Saturday, January 11, 2020, In : Lunar New Year 
This year, TetSanDiego.com has compiled a longer list of Lunar New Year festivals and fairs for San Diego. There are a total of 5 festivals throughout the county with the first ones happening during the weekend of January 17, 2020 at SDCCU Stadium in Mission Valley and Thuan Phat Supermarket in Linda Vista. Both of those are taking place for 3 days. See more details on hours and the entire list of lunar new year festivals on the homepage. The annual one in Mira Mesa will happen a week after t...
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Angry Birds themed Red Envelopes for Chinese/Vietnamese New Year

Posted by TetSanDiego.com on Saturday, February 4, 2012, In : Lunar New Year 
This is the first year I gave money to my little cousins. Even though traditionally, I'm not supposed to because I'm not married yet. However, I am a full grown 28 year old with a full time job. I wanted to start the Dragon year generously and right. I gave my 3 little cousins each $5 and also gave my mom and dad $40 each. They were grateful. For the kids, I used the Angry Bird themed red envelopes that I bought from Phuoc Loc Tho in Santa Ana that I bought for only $1 for a package of 8 enve...
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Year of the Tiger Red Envelopes
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