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Jan 25

Burns Night & Chinese New Year (Jan 25, 2020)

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Gung Haggis Fat Choy!

Happy Chinese New Year and Burns Night on their happy coincidence on the year 2020!

Register notes:  Designed in celebration of Chinese New Year and Burns Night both on the 25th of January 2020. Chinese New Year is the most important and widely celebrated festival in the Chinese calendar, whilst Robert Burns Night commemorates Scotland’s renowned poet. Festivities take place across the globe to mark both these occasions. The Burns Check, named after Scotland’s National Bard, is woven in a new red colourway - a symbolic colour representing joy and happiness in Chinese culture. The Red Red Rose tartan brings both together to celebrate the historical moment when these two events coincide, the next occasion being the year 2096.

Gung Hay Fat Choy!  Wishing you and auld lang syne prosperity for the new year!