Chinese New Year

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February 3 marks the beginning of the New Year for China (and many Asian countries).  This year will be the Year of the Rabbit.  Dear Husband just got home from China, where a co-worker there urged him, as this is his year (zodiacally-speaking) to wear a red belt and red shoes on New Year's day in order to ward off evil and bring good fortune upon himself.

I am now dutifully scouring the Internet for these items.

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