2017 Chinese New Year Celebration

The lunar festival of Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is celebrated by approximately one billion people worldwide each year.  The 2017 Chinese New Year took place on February 28th  this year, and the celebration typically lasts two weeks.

This is the year of rooster which is the tenth animal in the Chinese zodiac.  People who were born in the year of Monkey are considered to be hardworking, resourceful, courageous, and talented.

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WRECO celebrated this year on January 27th with a luncheon at Tomi Restaurant in Concord.  The buffet was delicious with steamed buns, sushi,  seafood, and desserts.

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2017 Chinese New Year Celebration

The lunar festival of Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is celebrated by approximately one billion people worldwide each year.  The 2017 Chinese New Year took place on February 28th  this year, and the celebration typically lasts two weeks.

This is the year of rooster which is the tenth animal in the Chinese zodiac.  People who were born in the year of Monkey are considered to be hardworking, resourceful, courageous, and talented.

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WRECO celebrated this year on January 27th with a luncheon at Tomi Restaurant in Concord.  The buffet was delicious with steamed buns, sushi,  seafood, and desserts.

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2016 Chinese New Year Celebration
February 26, 2016, 11:22 am
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The lunar festival of Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is celebrated by approximately one billion people worldwide each year.  The 2016 New Year took place on February 8th this year, and the celebration typically lasts 15 days.

This is the year of Monkey which is the ninth animal in the Chinese zodiac.  People who were born in the year of Monkey are considered to be smart, innovative, and quick witted.

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WRECO celebrated this year with a luncheon at Tomi Restaurant in Concord.  The buffet was delicious with steamed buns, sushi,  seafood, and desserts.

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WRECO wishes you a happy and prosperous new year.

 



Chinese New Year Luncheon 2015

This year WRECO is celebrating the Year of the Goat.  This animal is the 8th in the Chinese Zodiac, and this year is also known as the Year of the Sheep or Ram. tomi front To celebrate Chinese New Year, the WRECO team met up at Tomi’s Seafood and Sushi Buffet in the City of Concord. The buffet had an endless array of sushi, steamed buns, soups, seafood, and desserts.  The food was so delicious that everyone ate until they were stuffed. boas On behalf of WRECO, we wish you a happy and prosperous Year of the Goat!



Chinese New Year Luncheon 2013
February 12, 2013, 6:38 pm
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The year 2013 is the year of the snake.  The Snake, also called the Junior Dragon,  is the sixth sign of the Chinese Zodiac.  This year, the snake represents steady progress and attention to detail.

To celebrate the Chinese New Year, the WRECO team met up at Tomi’s Seafood and Sushi Buffet in the City of Concord.  Everybody ate to their heart’s content, and we left the restaurant stuffed and satisfied.

What a bountiful way to start off the year.  Happy New Year!

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Chinese New Year Luncheon 2012
January 23, 2012, 3:00 pm
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This year, WRECO celebrates the year of the dragon.  In Chinese philosophy, the dragon is said to be a deliverer of good fortune and a sign of intense power.  To celebrate the Chinese New Year, WRECO staff met at the Dragon 2000 Restaurant in Walnut Creek and enjoyed some delicious food.

On behalf of WRECO, we wish you all a happy and prosperous year of the dragon!



Chinese New Year Luncheon 2011
February 4, 2011, 3:00 pm
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We are celebrating the year of the Rabbit this year.   

In Chinese mythology, the Rabbit is a symbol of endurance and their essence is said to have originated from the Moon. During the Chinese mid-Autumn festival when the Moon is usually at its best, Chinese children still carry lit paper lanterns made in the form of a Rabbit, and climb the hills to look at the Moon and admire the Moon Hare.

The year of the Rabbit is a peaceful year, very much welcomed and desired after the fierce year of the Tiger. We should go somewhere tranquil and get some well deserved rest after all the encounters of the year before. Good taste and enhancement will excel on everything, and persons will recognize that influence is better than force. A time to make sure that we do not become too indulgent. The influence of the Rabbit tends to spoil those who like too much comfort and therefore weakens their value and sense of responsibility. –www.yearoftherabbit.info

Instead of having a traditional Chinese lunch this year, WRECO staff ventured to the Kobe Japan Restaurant in Pleasant Hill for some teppanyaki action.  We were all entertained by the exciting and flaming presentation, and we look forward to another great year ahead.