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Celebrate the #LunarNewYear with Year of the Dog Emoji

By Philip Chua
Sunday, 11 February 2018

All set for the #LunarNewYear on February 16, 2018? 2018 is also the #YearOfTheDog in the Chinese zodiac cycle where the Dog, a symbol of loyalty and honesty, ranks 11th of 12 animals. With festivities stretching across 15 days in different parts of the world, celebrate #LunarNewYear early on Twitter this year with the special #LunarNewYear 2018 #YearoftheDog emoji, which goes live starting today until March 2, 2018.  Well-wishes have already begun on Twitter!

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This cute dog emoji will appear when you include any of the following hashtags in your Tweets:

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English:

  • #YearOfTheDog
  • #LunarNewYear
  • #HappyLunarNewYear
  • #CNY
  • #ChineseNewYear  
  • #HappyChineseNewYear
  • #GongXiFaCai   

Simplified Chinese:

  • #狗年旺旺
  • #新年快乐
  • #恭喜发财

Traditional Chinese:

  • #新年快樂   
  • #恭喜發財

Korean:

  • #새해복많이받으세요
  • #설날

Bahasa Indonesia:

  • #imlek

Thai:

  • #ตรุษจีน

Join in the #LunarNewYear conversation by Tweeting your #LunarNewYear or #ChineseNewYear well-wishes with Twitter’s special emoji.

From all of us at Twitter, #GongXiFaCai and #HappyLunarNewYear!

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Philip Chua

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Asia Pacific Public Policy Manager