Celebrate the Year of the Ox with these 8 lucky Chinese New Year dishes

Gong xi fa cai. In Mandarin Chinese, it means wishing you prosperity, or Happy New Year.

The Year of the Ox arrives on Friday, Feb. 12. For East Asians who celebrate the Lunar New Year, including those with roots in China, Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand, it’s the biggest holiday of the year, marked by 15 days of celebrations.

Cities with large Asian populations will put on grand celebrations with businesses shutting down for a week or even a full 15-day celebratory period.

According to Asian folklore, people born in the Year of the Ox are strong, reliable, fair and conscientious, inspiring confidence in others. They are also said to be calm, patient, methodical and trustworthy.

This is an unusual Lunar New Year, coming amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Large festivities are off and families will gather in small circles, whether at home or socially distanced in a restaurant.

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Celebrate Year of the Ox with these 8 lucky Chinese New Year dishes

Gong xi fa cai.  In Mandarin Chinese, it means wishing you prosperity, or Happy New Year.

The Year of the Ox arrives on  Friday, Feb. 12. For East Asians who celebrate the Lunar New Year, including those with roots in China, Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand, it’s the biggest holiday of the year, marked by 15 days of celebrations.

Cities with large Asian populations will put on grand celebrations with businesses shutting down for a week or even a full 15-day celebratory period.

According to Asian folklore, people born in the Year of the Ox are strong, reliable, fair and conscientious, inspiring confidence in others. They are also said to be calm, patient, methodical and trustworthy.

This is an unusual Lunar New Year, coming amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Large festivities are off and families will gather in small circles, whether at home or socially distanced in a restaurant.

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List Of Chinese Dishes

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Chinese restaurant causes a stir with its ‘extremely honest’ menu that admits its dishes are ‘not that good’

A CHINESE restaurant owner has caused a stir for his “extremely honest” descriptions of its food.

Feigang Fei admits that one of the dishes being served up at Aunt Dai’s in Montreal, Canada is “not that good”.

Feigang Fei holding his restaurant's menu

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Feigang Fei holding his restaurant’s menuCredit: Facebook
He confesses to this dish's shortcomings

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He confesses to this dish’s shortcomingsCredit: Twitter

The restaurant has been open for seven years but has gone viral after a Twitter user Kim Belair posted a few of Fei’s descriptions from the menu.

The orange beef on the menu us “not THAT good” compared to the restaurant’s General Tao Chicken, he says.

He also admits he’s “not a huge fan” of sweet and spicy pork strips because it’s different to the version he ate at university in China.

Fei tells customers he “did NOT have a chance to try” the satay beef when he wrote the description though the cumin

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