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Asians around the globe are now gearing up to celebrate Chinese New Year 2016, based on the lunar calendar, which this year on February 8th. Last year it was the Year of the Sheep, this year it's the Year of the Monkey, the 9th animal in a 12-year cycle coordinating with the Chinese zodiac.
Best Buy supports cultural events such as the Chinese New Year which have meaning to its employees, customers and various communities. The Lunar New Year is not only welcomes new year, it is also heralds that winter will be ending soon and spring is on its way.
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For an eGiftcard, scroll to the right of this link until you see the red giftcard with the two Koi fish: (under the “Holiday” tab).
For the gift throughout the year, check out Best Buy’s Chinese Happy Birthday e-Gift Card HERE under the “Birthday” tab.
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