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As we quickly approach the Lunar New Year, those who celebrate are preparing for the Year of the Rabbit. The rabbit, last taking the spotlight in 2011, is the fourth sign in the Chinese zodiac, nestled after the rat, ox, and tiger and before the dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig. The new year, observed by various Asian cultures and communities around the world, is a 15-day celebration steeped in tradition and rooted in togetherness, and this year it kicks off on January 22.
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