Chinese New Year is one of Hong Kong's biggest celebrations. It's the time for family gatherings, enormous feasts, and bustling flower markets. This year, however, it will probably be a little more low-key, what with the social distancing restrictions, but we'll be celebrating (safely) in our own way all the same. But before we start, there are a lot of CNY customs to get the hang of first. From the rules of etiquette to getting the right type of flowers and fruit, everything is loaded with symbolic meaning. So, if you want to maximise your luck this Year of Ox, make sure to pay attention to these top 10 traditions and superstitions.
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