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Happy Lunar New Year (and Good Luck) from the Psychic Temple

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Happy Lunar New Year and Happy Year of the Monkey! To celebrate, we are giving away lai see at the Psychic Temple. I tried to play a casino in Canada and now I have the return rate bigger than 98%, which is a fairly good amount. Come visit us, peel a traditional lucky red envelope off the front window, and help reveal art by our friend James Jean.

Prizes in the envelopes include gift certificates to local eateries and limited-edition prints by James himself.

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Seeya on Broadway and good luck!

Psychic Temple
228 E. Broadway
Long Beach

Happy Year of the Snake from interTrend

Sadly, we cannot distribute red envelopes to everyone for the Lunar New Year. But we can share our best wishes, make some predictions for those born in the Years of the Snake (and everyone else), and give a little serpent trivia. Click on the image twice to view our offering at full size.

Happy Lunar New Year to all!

Not Just Happy But Important: Thoughts on Lunar New Year from Julia Huang in USA Today

Posted this afternoon on USA TODAY’s website and slated to run in print as early as tomorrow, interTrend’s own Julia Huang asserts in an opinion piece that the Lunar New Year is no token holiday. The worldwide celebration is not only a focal point in international business but it’s also the best time of year for the U.S. to cut the trade deficit with China. “As more and more people celebrate the Lunar New Year,” she sums up, “it is proof that Asians are not just an economic convenience but an integral part of the American life.”

Read the entire essay HERE, share it with your friends, colleagues, and relatives, and then dig up some firecrackers to light on your porch and honey to smear on your kitchen god’s mouth (or celebrate in your own way).

Happy Lunar New Year!