Crystal Kung Minkoff takes a joyous stroll down memory lane as she celebrates the Lunar New Year. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills The actor recently reflected on her dazzling celebration she hosted in the RHOBH Season 11 finale and reflected on the meaningful experience of sharing their culture and traditions.
“I can’t believe it’s been a year since my family and I hosted this Lunar New Year celebration,” Crystal wrote in the caption to her Feb. 1 Instagram post, which featured a series of stunning captures of its last Lunar New Year event. at Shan Social House with his colleague RHOBH cast members present.
She added, “Sharing my culture, family and traditions with new friends (none of whom have ever celebrated [Chinese New Year] before) was beyond special. As we enter the Year of the Tiger, remember that this is more than the start of a new calendar year; Lunar New Year is considered a time of reunion and rebirth. In Chinese culture, the tiger is the symbol of bravery, wisdom and strength. I wish you all good luck, fortune and abundance in all directions.”
Along with sharing an Instagram video with her highlights from the Lunar New Year event of the RHOBH Season 11 finale, Crystal reflected more on last year’s spectacular Chinese New Year celebration in an interview with women’s health. “It’s going to be hard to top last year,” she said, adding, “I feel like I gave the girls some kind of spectacular version of [Chinese New Year], and I can certainly do it every year. With COVID, however, I don’t know if I can have that many people [together] at present.”
Recently, Crystal offered insight into her family’s Lunar New Year celebration with a sweet post from her two children. “An oldie but a goodie!!,” she wrote in the caption of her adorable Feb. 2 post, adding the hashtag, “Day 2 of [Lunar New Year] Celebrations” in the caption.
Crystal also opened up during an exclusive interview with The dish of the day at the start of his rookie season of RHOBH how important it was for her to share her culture with viewers.
“I think I’m probably very excited to share my Chinese culture, background and traditions,” she said at the time. “And, my husband is Jewish, and therefore our children are [Chinese and Jewish], and this is just as important. They have such a beautiful culture that should also be shared more widely. So I’m excited for people to see what a blended family looks like. I’m excited for that.”
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