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Spring Out of the Jungle 

Wednesday, Feb 17 2010
"Tiger people are sensitive, given to deep thinking, capable of great sympathy. They can be extremely short-tempered, however." That's what the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco's Web site says about this year's babies, although it also specifies that not too many people take such horoscopes very seriously. At the Spring Festival Celebration, tigers — corporeal and mythological — are center stage, among children's arts and crafts, dance performances by Chung Ngai Lion (!) Dance Troupe, music, and above all in the lovely traditional watercolors of Master Kan Kwok Fan. Puzzles, tai chi, and lots more ring in the New Year — we imagine you've already heard there's a little parade going on this weekend, too.
Feb. 27-28, 11 a.m., 2010

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