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Forgotten History Video - February 5, 2015

Dear friends,

Get ready to celebrate the Chinese New Year on Monday, Feb. 8th. It's the Year of the Monkey and those born during this time are known to be energetic, versatile, but may have a short temper. So don't monkey with a monkey. Take a few minutes to learn about this historic holiday.

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History of the Chinese New Year

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