I-Ching reader Master Y.C. Sun discusses year ahead

Chinese New year Celebrations are continuing. They traditionally last for 16 days, starting with the beginning of the lunar new year which was February 5th. It is the year of the pig, which is one of 12 animals in the zodiac calendar.  It is believed that the zodiac calendar can give us a look at our fortunes and can give us insight into what the year ahead will have in store. 

Why red is so important during Lunar New Year

More than 150 countries around the world celebrate Lunar New Year. The start of each year is based on the movement of the moon, according to Nancy Yao Maasbach, the president of the Museum of Chinese in America.

First Miss Chinatown reigns again

When the San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade kicks off on Feb. 11, June Gong Chin, the nation's first Miss Chinatown USA will be lighting the ceremonial string of 30,000 firecrackers and riding in the procession. Jana Katsuyama reports.