January 28 marks the beginning of a new Chinese Year: the rooster. Read on for 8 festive ideas on where and how to celebrate
If you flaked on your 2017 new year's resolutions - no sweat. Chinese New Year kicks off on January 28 which means you get a second chance to get those fitness/diet/budget plans in action. With 2017 marked as the year of the rooster (think: confident, honest and attention seeking), if you're an actual rooster, bad news: it's said to be your unlucky year. The rest of us? We can kick back and enjoy a fresh start and some delicious eats. Read on for where to head...