The Globe and Mail (Prairie Edition) - - CNY1 -

Typ­i­cally, fam­i­lies will gather for a New Year’s Eve re­union din­ner that of­ten in­cludes a home­made meal with mul­ti­ple dishes. Peo­ple of­ten eat fish, since the Chi­nese word for “sur­plus” or “profit” sounds sim­i­lar to the word for fish – sym­bol­iz­ing a wealthy com­ing year.

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