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Lunar New Year

Saying an excited hello and an early goodbye

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Photo: Ali Kahfi/Getty Images

Tomorrow is my last Lunar New Year as a resident of Hong Kong. It feels quietly important, subtly monumental, like reaching the end of Gilmore Girls or turning 29.

Some people do a lot of reflecting on the precipice of a new year. I’m sorry to say that I am one of these people. Given any official occasion to look back and look forward…

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Sarah Kwong

Sarah Kwong

British-Chinese writer exploring culture, identity, wellness, language, and travel. Currently in the UK. Found at sarahkwong.net. Creator of being-zine.com

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