Holidays: Chinese New Year
Now, unless you are living in China, most of you wouldn't get tomorrow off. For those of you living under a rock, Chinese New Year is the first day of the first month in the lunar calendar. This calendar basically goes off the moon's rotations around Earth (months) rather than Earth's rotation around the sun (years).
In China, the celebration goes for a whole 15 days! But then again, that's the only holiday they get until the next year.
During this time, a lot of Chinese people get fatter. This is due to excessive reunion meals, snacks, dinners and McDonald's. I hope that I will not be one of those people.