Noodles are a native dish of most East Asian countries, including China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam and Thailand, where they’re frequently consumed on a regular basis, or on special occasions to represent good health and longevity. Today, there are over a dozen types of noodles used in the typical Asian culinary traditions like ramen noodles, udon wheat noodles, rice vermicelli, chilled soba noodles, wonton noodles, and cellophane noodles (also called glass noodles).
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Known as the Lunar New Year, the 1st day of the Chinese New Year marks the beginning of 15-days of celebration. On this day, bright red, colorful festivals with half-dragon, half-lion creatures parade around the main streets of Chinese cities, and Chinese communities all around the world. To spread the joy and Chinese tradition, many families will gather to cook, eat, and be in good company to start off the year.