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Chinese New Year - Wikipedia Chinese New Year (or generally referred to as Lunar New Year globally) is the Chinese festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese calendar The festival is usually referred to as the Spring Festival in mainland China , [b] and is one of several Lunar New Years in Asia
Chinese New Year 2019 – Year of the Pig Chinese New Year is celebrated by more than 20% of the world It’s the most important holiday in China and to Chinese people all over Here are 21 interesting facts that you probably didn’t know about Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year 2019 (Dates, Traditions, Animal Signs ) Chinese New Year 2019 — Holiday Guide, Traditions, Activities Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year, or 'Spring Festival' is China's most important festival and holiday This year's CNY fell on Friday, February 16th 2018, beginning a year of the Dog Next CNY, February 5th 2019, will begin a pig year
Chinese New Year in China - Time and Date Chinese New Year in China Chinese New Year celebrations, also known as the Spring Festival, in China start on the 23rd day of the 12th lunar month of the Chinese calendar The festival lasts for about 23 days, ending on the 15th day of the first lunar month in the following year in the Chinese calendar
Chinese Zodiac – Chinese New Year 2019 The Chinese Zodiac Y ou probably know there are 12 Chinese zodiac animals used to represent years, 2019 is the year of the Pig Zodiac signs play an integral part in Chinese culture, and can be used to determine your fortune for the year, marriage compatability, career fit, best times to have a baby, and so much more
When is Chinese New Year in 2020? - When-Is. com Chinese New Year, also known as the "Spring Festival" in modern Mainland China, is China's most important traditional festival, celebrated at the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar, which consists of both Gregorian and lunar-solar calendar systems Chinese New Year can begin anytime between late January and mid-February