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Inspired by Chinese New Year

 - Feb 3, 2011   Updated: May 12 2011
Happy Chinese New Year! Kung Hei Fat Choy! The Chinese will be celebrating this momentous holiday with lots of family dinners, and for the young kids, plenty of red pocket money!

According to the zodiac, 2011 is the year of the rabbit. So in celebration of this furry creature, check out these adorable bunny features!

Implications - Animals represent celebration in many different countries. With parts of the world merging into cultural mosaics, brands are coming out with holiday-themed products to celebrate the many cultures that occupy the population. As society becomes more open-minded and accepting, consumers of different ethnicities will be provided with items that celebrate where they came from.