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NBC Los Angeles: Don't Argue, Eat Lots of Fish: How to Celebrate the Lunar New Year

Jan 20, 2023
Hear from our very own Julie Zhu in an interview discussing Lunar New Year traditions...

2023: The Year of the Rabbit

Jan 1, 2023
The rabbit is counted as the fourth of twelve signs in the Chinese zodiac. The rabbit has been loved in fairy tales and folklore around the ...

Year-end Reflections

Dec 31, 2022
Join JACCC staff in reflecting on the past year and preparing for the new year ahead....

The 72 Seasons - December

Dec 1, 2022
In Japan, there are 72 subdivisions seasons called the shichijuni kou. The seasons are named after the birds, insects, plants, and weather.....

The 72 Seasons - January 2023

Jan 1, 2023
In Japan, there are 72 subdivisions seasons called the shichijuni kou. The seasons are named after the birds, insects, plants, and weather.....

The 72 Seasons - November

Nov 1, 2022
In Japan, there are 72 subdivisions seasons called the shichijuni kou. The seasons are named after the birds, insects, plants, and weather.....

The 72 Seasons - October

Oct 13, 2022
In Japan, there are 72 subdivisions seasons called the shichijuni kou. The seasons are named after the birds, insects, plants, and weather.....

The 72 Seasons - September

Sep 1, 2022
In Japan, there are 72 subdivisions seasons called the shichijuni kou. The seasons are named after the birds, insects, plants, and weather.....

The 72 Seasons - August

Aug 1, 2022
In Japan, there are 72 subdivisions seasons called the shichijuni kou. The seasons are named after the birds, insects, plants, and weather.....

Sugihara Visas Day

Jul 29, 2022
Today we honor Chiune Sugihara for saving thousands of Jewish lives during World War II....
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