Celebrate the Chinese New Year with
February 10, 2024 is Chinese New Years!
Why is Chinese New Year's on a different day?
Here in the United States we celebrate New Year's on January 1st. This follows a solar calendar where 1 year equals the time it takes for the Earth to rotate around the Sun. Many Asian countries, like China and South Korea, also follow the lunar calendar which revolves around the phases of the moon. Because it follows the moon instead of the sun, Lunar New Year actually falls on a different day each year!
sPECIAL nEW yEAR'S eVENT
*Asheboro, Concord, Gastonia, & New Bern
The first 88 customers to join us on February 10 will receive a very special souvenir, traditional Chinese New Year’s Red Envelope with a
surprise coupon inside!
Coupons will be given at random and values will vary. Coupons are one-time use only and must be surrendered upon use. Valid only from February 11 to April 1, 2024. Some restrictions may apply.
Why the number 88?
In Chinese, the number 8 "Ba" sounds very similar to their word "Fa," which means to make a fortune. Therefore the number 8 is considered very lucky.
The number 88 also looks like the Chinese characters meaning double happiness.