Chinese New Year (traditional Chinese: 新年, 中國傳統新年; simplified Chinese: 新年, 中国传统新年; pinyin: Xīnnián, zhōngguó chuántǒng xīnnián [pronunciation?]), Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year, is the festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar.
Chinese New Year officially begins on February 12th, 2021, and ends on February 22nd.
Feb 04, 2010 · Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in China. Tied to the Chinese lunar calendar, it begins on the new moon that appears between January 21 and February 20.
Chinese New Year, also called Lunar New Year, annual 15-day festival in China and Chinese communities around the world that begins with the new moon that occurs sometime between January 21 and February 20 according to Western calendars. Festivities last until the following full moon.
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. Is Chinese New Year a Public Holiday?
Feb 12, 2021 · Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival, is China's most important festival. It is time for families to be together and a week of an official public holiday. Chinese New Year 2021 falls on Friday, February 12, 2021, beginning a year of the Ox. China's public holiday will be February 11–17, 2021.
Oct 24, 2019 · Chinese New Year can be more properly referred to as Lunar New Year because of the event's widespread observance beyond only Chinese culture. Lunar New Year celebrations mark the start of spring on the lunisolar calendar each January or February. Chinese New Year is about symbolically doing away with the old of the previous year and beginning anew to usher in health, prosperity, and good fortune in the new lunar year. The Lunar New Year runs for 15 consecutive days and is celebrated not just ...
Feb 10, 2020 · The Chinese believe any waste we produce from the first till the fourth day of the New Year is 财气 (Cái Qì) ，or money luck; whereas those produced from 5 th day on is 穷气 (Qióng Qì), which is “poor luck” that causes you to lose money.