New Zealand Post Wednesday issued a special stamp series featuring the Year of the Rat in celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year. The stamp series is composed of the 2020 Year of the Rat set of four stamps and a miniature sheet including these four stamps. (Date:12/06/2019 05:06) Read full article >>

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