UN issues stamp sheet for Chinese Lunar New Year

Added On January 15, 2020

The United Nations Postal Administration has issued a special-event stamp sheet celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year.

Take a look.
The sheet consists of 10 stamps worth one U.S. dollar 20 cents each. They have a UN logo on the left and a paper-cut image of a rat on the right that represents the Chinese lunar year for 2020, the Year of the Rat.
The stamp sheet is the 11th Lunar New Year stamp series issued by the United Nations Postal Administration.
The rat sits among gold-colored flowers against a red background: two traditional colors used by Chinese people around the world during New Year celebrations. 
This year's Lunar New Year, also known as Spring Festival, falls on January 25.