Some folks who grew up celebrating the Lunar New Year share their memories of giving and receiving "lucky money" both in person and in digital form.
Here is a look at what people in China are buying to mark the Year of the Dog.
Chinese New Year is a time when most Chinese return home to celebrate with their families. We meet one homeless man who spends his New Year begging for change on the Street of Eternal Happiness.
As Chinese prepare to celebrate the Year of the Dragon, more immigrants are opting for the suburbs over urban Chinatowns.
I recently reported on the arduous start to the journey home for many Chinese migrants during the New Year holiday. Now that many have made it ho...