Lunar New Year is the beginning of a calendar year whose months are moon cycles, based on the lunar calendar or lunisolar calendar . Lunar New Year is particularly celebrated in East and South East Asian countries.
- First day of lunar or lunisolar calendar (late January - early February in East and Southeast Asia)
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- Sunday, January 22 Year of the Rabbit
- Sunday, January 22
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Jan 28, 2022 · Lunar New Year, which falls this year on Tuesday, February 1, is traditionally a time for family reunions, plenty of food, and some very loud celebrations. How Lunar New Year celebrations began...
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Lunar New Year, Chinese Chunjie, Vietnamese Tet, Korean Solnal, Tibetan Losar, also called Spring Festival, festival typically celebrated in China and other Asian countries that begins with the first new moon of the lunar calendar and ends on the first full moon of the lunar calendar, 15 days later.
May 20, 2022 · The new year starts on the new moon nearest the midpoint between the winter solstice and the spring equinox, sometime between January 21 and February 20. China officially adopted the Gregorian calendar, used by the West, in 1912. In the late 20th century, however, the holiday was re-introduced as the “Spring Festival .”
Feb 01, 2022 · Lunar New Year is one of the most important celebrations of the year among East and Southeast Asian cultures, including Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean communities, among others. The New Year...