What to Expect in the Year of the Water Rabbit

The Year of the Water Rabbit.

The Lunar New Year, the Year of The Rabbit, falls on January 22 and is known for its exciting celebrations, sumptuous feasts, and family reunions. (Image: Penwin via Dreamstime)

Ancient Origins: The Year of the Tiger

Young Asian men performing as lion dancers.

The lion dance is performed at different events to bring fortune and good luck. That's why the lion dance should be performed correctly and appropriately. (Image: Donkeyru via Dreamstime)

Shining a Light on the City of 9,999.5 Rooms

imperial palace roof

As the God of Heaven, the Jade Emperor was the only one who could own 10,000 rooms in his Heavenly Palace. (Image: via pixabay)