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With the traditional Chinese Spring Festival just around the corner, one thing that matters most to many people is New Year's Eve Dinner. Families almost always reunite at the table. The most popular way to celebrate is for family members to make their own dishes and dumplings. Quite a few families choose to eat at restaurants, but it lacks the atmosphere of people helping each other out. Now there appears a new trend for the New Year's Eve celebration: Shopping for a semi-finished meal online and cooking at home for the family reunion.

Online shopping for New Year's Eve dinner means ordering partially prepared dishes to be delivered by restaurants. Or customers can buy restaurant coupons online and then collect the dishes themselves. When dinner time comes, they only need to do a small amount of cooking to enjoy a sumptuous and delicious meal.

A local resident in Tianjin said, "It's very convenient and quick to order New Year's Eve Dinner online, and sometimes the price is even more favorable."

Since early January, there's been a number of businesses selling New Year's Eve dinner packages on some of China's major online shopping websites. They feature hot and cold dishes, soups, desserts, and wines. One online seller says he owns a restaurant and all his online dinner packages are made there. The only difference is that they are sold through the Internet where customers can even watch them being cooked.

"I usually worry about taste and hygiene at new restaurants, but having watched these online video clips, I feel much better."

Besides these online videos, another appealing aspect of online-shopping for New Year's Eve dinner is that it gives customers the choice of different foods from different regions, enabling them to taste authentic local cuisines at home.

New Year's Eve dinner is nothing exceptional, as we see more and more Spring Festival commodities being sold online. There's a wide range of everything from clothing to fabrics, hand-made red lanterns to window paper-cuttings. It looks like the Internet is really making Chinese people's celebration of lunar New Year much more convenient.

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