- January 28 marks the beginning of the Chinese Year of the Rooster
- Lunar New Year is celebrated around the world
- From fireworks to all-night parties, here are 15 ways to welcome in the Year of the Rooster
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(CNN)Want to strut your stuff in the Chinese Year of the Rooster?