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HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR

 

BY: TATUM SNODGRASS | JANUARY 22, 2018


We’re celebrating Chinese New Year 2018 with our Chinese New Year sweepstakes. Enter to win a trip for two to China to dine at our new Shanghai restaurant! The winning trip for two will include round trip airfare, 7 nights of hotel accommodations, spending money, and dinner at the new Shanghai P.F. Chang’s.

Enter to win this adventure, plus one of 1,000 prizes, and get an exclusive offer just for entering.


Photo: Chinese New Year - Eat, Drink, Wish
 

Learn more about Chinese New Year and how we're celebrating below.



CHINESE NEW YEAR TRADITIONS


Also known as “Spring Festival” in China, Chinese New Year is a Chinese holiday marked by lavish festivals celebrated at the turn of the Chinese calendar.

Red envelopes filled with money are the traditional gifts given during Chinese New Year. These envelopes are usually given from parents or grandparents to kids. Did you know it’s considered impolite to open a red envelope in front of the person who gifts it?

We’ve added our own twist to the red envelope with our own red fortune cookies. Dine at P.F. Chang’s January 22nd through February 16th to receive your red fortune cookie containing great offers and the chance to win P.F. Chang's for a year!


Photo: Red Fortune Cookies - You're the lucky winner!

CHINESE NEW YEAR ZODIACS


The Chinese zodiac is on a repeating 12-year cycle. An animal is assigned to each year, including its personality characteristics. For example, the Fire Dragon is smart and easy going. This year, 2018, is the Year of the Dog. In China, the dog is considered an auspicious animal. If a dog wanders to a house, it’s a symbol of coming fortune.

Enter your birthday and learn about your zodiac.

CHINESE NEW YEAR


Traditional Chinese New Year foods include dumplings and spring rolls, long noodles, fish, and oranges. These foods are considered lucky and symbolize certain virtues to live by in the New Year. For example, long, uncut noodles are a symbol of life longevity.


Photo: Aerial view of P.F. Chang's


Celebrate Chinese New Year at P.F. Chang’s and fill your table with our Long Life Noodles & Prawns, Cecilia’s Dumplings, Oolong Chilean Sea Bass, Kung Pao Chicken, and Mongolian Beef. Make a reservation or order online at pfchangs.com.