How to eat healthy (and not overeat) this Chinese New Year

Feasting is an integral part of the CNY festival, but for the sake of our health, we should try not to overindulge.

As we usher in a new decade this year, we should note that 2020 is also the auspicious Year of the Rat, which marks the beginning of a new 12-year Chinese zodiac cycle.

Although the rat may not be everyone’s favourite animal, we could learn a thing or two from this lean and mean creature, as we get ready for Chinese New Year (CNY) festivities with family and friends.

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