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Asian American families remain optimistic while celebrating Lunar New Year during the pandemic.

Feb 08 2022

Asian American families remain optimistic while celebrating Lunar New Year during the pandemic. Lunar New Year has always been about “looking ahead and appreciating family and culture” and despite two years into the pandemic, Asian families living in the states are still finding ways to celebrate the holiday. For young Asian Americans, living in the U.S. can make it “easy to stray away from traditional practices” including speaking their native language or cooking their family’s foods, but many of them are still trying to embrace their culture in different ways during this time. 2022 marks the Year of the Tiger and some are sticking to “tried-and-true traditions,” while others are creating new ones. Making home cooked meals with their parents, performing at local cultural festivals (or watching them via livestream), giving and sending traditional red envelopes full of money to younger family members, and introducing other people to their culture are just some of the ways AAPI families are choosing to celebrate this year. (Insider)