What’s in a holiday if it does not come with vacation days? Not much, in my opinion.
In that regard, Easter is very much like the Chinese New Year. In the sense that both holidays have ceased to be significant once the perks — chocolate eggs and money-filled red envelops, respectively, stopped. But this year, getting Good Friday off (for the first time ever!) has propelled me to acknowledge Easter as a legitimate, celebratory-worthy holiday.
Which, brings me back to Chinese New Year. Continue reading