2023 is the Year of the Rabbit, and people are ready to celebrate! But this year is unlike any other, because China has finally waived their strict Zero-COVID Policy and people all over the country are rushing to meet relatives and friends.
Although the Lunar New Year is thought to be primarily celebrated in China, it is important to a multitude of Asian countries. One of the most beloved portions of the holiday comes in the form of games and activities. From playing cards to new apps, millions of people are invested in this entertaining side of the Lunar New Year.
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