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Twitter launches Lunar New Year emoji

To usher in the arrival of the Year of the Tiger, Twitter will be rolling out an exclusive emoji that will appear alongside Tweets about the Lunar New Year. 

To usher in the arrival of the Year of the Tiger, Twitter will be rolling out an exclusive emoji that will appear alongside Tweets about the Lunar New Year. 

From today, Tweets with the hashtags #HappyNewYear, #HuatAh, or #MaligayangBagongTaon will feature a tiger in celebration of this Chinese zodiac year.

From awkward conversations with our relatives, to taking a vote on whether that extra piece of pineapple tart is worth the calories, Twitter is where we find out what’s happening this Lunar New Year.

Have a roaring good time, and a Happy New Year! Huat Ah! Maligayang Bagong Taon!

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