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Celebrate #LunarNewYear with Year of the Dog emoji on Twitter

All set for the Lunar New Year  on February 16? This is also the Year of the Dog 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 Lunar New Year early on Twitter with the special Lunar New Year 2018 Year of the Dog emoji, which went live on February 12 and will be available until March 2.  Well-wishes have already begun on Twitter.

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

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

English:

#YearOfTheDog

#LunarNewYear

#HappyLunarNewYear

#CNY

#ChineseNewYear

#HappyChineseNewYear

#GongXiFaCai

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