If your New Year’s resolutions are already guiltily crumpled in the bottom of a dumpster, not to worry—just switch cultures because it’s already time to ring in the Chinese Year of the Tiger. Let the kids in on the fun, and tell any elementary school rug-rats you know that they can create a Chinese New Year-inspired drawing and submit it to Maui Thing for a chance to win a T-shirt and goodie bag. If you didn’t already know, the best way to bring prosperity to your business in the New Year is to hang a cabbage in the doorway. Maybe drawing tigers will help, too? Entries must be submitted by February 3 and winners will be announced February 5. After winning that contest—or to ease the pain brought in by the quiet, bespectacled 3rd grader’s purple spotted dragon winning more points for creativity—head across the street to the Iao Theater to see Mana Maoli Collective at 5:30pm. If you can’t make it on the 5th, you’ll have another chance to catch them on February 6 at Mulligan’s on the Blue (9pm). Both shows ask a minimum donation of $10, which will benefit Mana Maoli, a nonprofit that supports Na Lai Na‘auao Hawaiian Charter School Alliance and the Pasifika 2010, a music festival in Aotearoa (aka New Zealand).