Singapore's River Hongbao set to be biggest Chinese New Year bash yet with aerial tightrope walkers from China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region, more than 60 handcrafted lanterns and an SG50 photo exhibition among its highlights.
2015 is the Year of the Ram. However, it is also regarded as the year of the sheep or the goat. Regardless of whichever name you prefer, the animal represents the eighth sign in the 12 cycles of the Chinese Zodiac.
Indonesians of Chinese descent attend a prayer during Chinese New Year celebrations at Dharma Sakti temple in Jakarta, Indonesia on Feb. 19. | Image: Dita Alangkara/Associated Press | www.piclectica.com #piclectica
On Feb. 19, 2015 San Francisco will welcome the Year of the Ram, but the big holiday baa-ha-ha won’t begin here until Feb. 28, but when it does, the fleece will fly for nine days. Here's what you can look forward to.