Year of the Rabbit

Chinese residents in Japan perform a lion dance, "biting" the heads of visitors (R) in the hopes it will bring them good luck, as they celebrate the Lunar New Year in Japan's largest Chinatown located in Yokohama, in suburban Tokyo on February 6, 2011. Thousands come out to enjoy the annual parade event to mark the start of the Lunar New Year, or Year of the Rabbit. (Photo credit: YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)

Chinatown Celebrates Year Of The Rabbit

Lion dancers, marching bands and 6-foot-tall pink bunnies paraded through the densely packed streets of Chinatown on Sunday as New York City celebrated the Year of the Rabbit.



Cirque Du Soleil Performs ‘Ka’ In Studio

The Year of the Rabbit celebrations take to the streets of Chinatown on Sunday for the Luna New Year Parade. Artistic director Marie Helen Gagnon joins CBS 2 to talk about their “Ka” performance.


Traditional Lion and Dragon Dancers at the 10th annual Chinese New Years celebration and parade in Manhattan's Chinatown February 1, 2009 in New York City. (Credit: Julian Ungano/Getty Images)

NYC Celebrates Chinese Lunar New Year

Celebrations for the Year of the Rabbit kicked off this week with the party lasting for 15 days.


Asian Lunar New Year is celebrated in Chinatown - New York, NY - Feb 3, 2011 - Photo: Marla Diamond / WCBS 880

New York City Ushers In The Year Of The Rabbit

It’s the year of the rabbit.


Chinese dragon dancers perform for the crowd during the Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade February 21, 2010 in New York City. The parade celebrated the beginning of the year of the Tiger. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

NYC Gets Ready To Mark Lunar New Year

The Tri-State is getting warmed up for one of the most festive times of the year for many Asians and Asian Americans. The Lunar New Year arrives next Thursday, and people are already celebrating in Chinatown.