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Chinese Year of Horse forever stamp unveiled in LA

U.S. Congresswoman Judy Chu unveils the "Celebrating Lunar New Year: Year of the Horse" forever stamp during the opening ceremony of the two-day Monterey Park Chinese New Year Festival in Los Angeles Jan. 25, 2014.

Beijing issues memorial bus tickets for Year of the Horse

A bus worker shows a memorial bus ticket for the Year of the Horse in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 23, 2014. Beijing Public Transport Holdings has issued a set of two memorial bus tickets for the Year of the Horse, or the lunar New Year, which begins on Jan. 31.

US issues Year of the Horse stamp

As the Chinese calendar will soon move from the Year of the Snake to the Year of the Horse, the United States Postal Service (USPS) on Wednesday issued a "Celebrating Lunar New Year: Year of the Horse (Forever)" commemorative stamp.

Blue calico mascots honor Year of the Horse

Staff members at the Nantong Museum of Blue Calico in Jiangsu Province hold up their handicrafts for the camera on Jan. 10, 2014.

Champing at the bit for Year of the Horse coins

The People's Bank of China issued 100 million of the coins nationwide. While the commemorative coins can be used as legal tender at their face value, they usually are purchased by collectors and rise in value.

Canada Post issues Year of the Horse stamps and collectibles

A Chinese student shows her first day covers of the Year of the Horse at a post office in Toronto, Jan. 13, 2014.





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