Student organization hopes Lunar New Year will help bridge gaps in the local Chinese community

Students from the Chinese School at Chapel Hill perform the traditional dragon dance in front of Memorial Hall Saturday, January 21. (Annie Le Baron / Carolina Connection)

On January 22, people all over the world rang in the Lunar New Year. It’s a time to celebrate, be with family, and make delicious food. At UNC, the Chinese Undergraduate Student Association hopes the New Year can serve another purpose–fostering a sense of community between Asian Americans and International Chinese students.

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