Jewish Chinese American: Hysterical New Year Paper Card

Hysterical New Year Paper Card by Dan Piraro from - Jewish Chinese American image 1Hysterical New Year Paper Card by Dan Piraro from - Jewish Chinese American image 2
GREETED version (5" x 7")
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Item #: 1984
Cover Reads: As A Jeish, Chinese-American, I Don't Know When To Celebrate The New Year.
Inside Reads: Happy New Year?

Occasion: New Year

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As an American, you celebrate the New Year on January 1st. If you're of Chinese ethnicity you probably celebrate New Year sometime in late January to mid February. People of the Jewish faith celebrate Rosh Hashanah sometime in mid to late September. So, when do you celebrate if you're a Jewish, Chinese American? Probably all three, no fair the multi-ethnic folks get way more holidays! If you happen to know a Jewish, Chinese American, you're not going to find a better greeting card to get them for the New Year!
Shipping weight: 1 oz
Dimensions: 5 x 7 x 0.1 inches
Name: Jewish Chinese American Card
Occasion: New Year
Line: Cartoons
Greeting Card Style: Regular Version: 5" x 7"
Artist: Dan Piraro
Credit: Bizarro by Dan Piraro
Paper Stock: Card paper from mixed sources
Introduced: March 15, 2013
UPC: 745469019841
Availability: In Stock
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