Chinese New Year around the world

The dbHK team have rounded up some of the most popular food and drink pairings around the world in celebration of the upcoming Year of the Rooster.

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In about two weeks’ time, cities from Hong Kong to Ho Chi Minh to London to Sydney will revel in a food-coma-guaranteed feasting of steaming dumplings, dim sum, Pun Choi and Yusheng for Chinese New Year.

Celebrations in different cities are marked with a wide variety of food and beverage choices: Koreans love rice cake soup; the Vietnamese, Banh Chung and we’ve rounded up the most typical food and drinks enjoyed during lunar new year celebrations around the world.

Click through the slides to discover Chinese New Year food and drink pairings.

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