January: Chinese New Year

January: Chinese New Year

Retailers across the U.S. are raising their game to celebrate the Year of the Pig.

The Chinese market is relatively new so that's only 3 data points.

Girls play with teacup pigs, a rare pet in the country, at the start of celebrations leading to the Lunar New Year, Feb. 1, 2019, at Manila's Lucky Chinatown Plaza in Manila, Philippines. According to McKinsey & Co.by 2025, more than 44% of luxury products will be purchased by those of Chinese descent.

The episodes, which will center on Peppa and her friends and family celebrating Chinese New Year, will be broadcast to viewers across multiple markets.

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There are a variety of performances, workshops and craft activities planned this weekend to celebrate the start of the Lunar New Year!

The video tells the story of an elderly man who learns that his three-year-old grandson wants "Peppa" as a gift for Chinese New Year and strives to find out what "Peppa" actually is. This year marks the Year of the Pig on the Chinese zodiac.

South Coast Plaza, the largest shopping mall on the West Coast of the United States, welcomes the Lunar New Year with a spectacular celebration starting from Thursday night.

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