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Celebrating Lunar New Year!

Greetings One Tribe families! Join us as we celebrate the beginning of the Year of the Tiger. Lunar New Year has always been an especially important time of year for One Tribe as it is usually filled with performances and fun family traditions. It is a time to give thanks and come together with family and friends. Although circumstances with the pandemic may hinder our ability to get together, we can still learn about and participate in some of the same traditions that have been practiced for thousands of years!

Those of you who have been with us for past Lunar New Year celebrations may already be familiar with some of the common traditions that are practiced. The inside of the school dawns a festive ambiance as red decorations are placed on the walls and places of significance. You might have even seen a lion or two spreading good luck around the school to usher in the new year. But what do these traditions mean? Where did they come from? Watch this short video to learn how some of these traditions came to be!

Celebrate with your family at home this year with this easy DIY Chinese Lion Head tutorial! Practice with your homemade lion at a special seminar this month!

Send us a pic of your creation! Our Instagram: @onetribemartialarts

Chinese New Year Parade

In past years, we have been extremely honored to participate in the annual Chinese New Year Parade that closes out the 16-day celebration. Although Tat Wong Kung Fu and One Tribe will not be participating in the parade this year, feel free to view the parade live on TV on February 19. For more information regarding this year's parade, click the following link:

Learn more about the Year of the Tiger and the Chinese Zodiac!

If you were born in 1986, 1998, or 2010, this is your year! Click here to learn about the Year of the Tiger.

Thank you all so much for your support this past year. We wish you all good luck in 2022!

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