In 2023 celebrate the year of the rabbit starting from January 22nd, 2023, and lasting until February 9th, 2024.
China’s public holiday for Lunar New Year isseven days, from Chinese New Year’s Eve to the sixth day of the lunar calendar new year.
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Chinese New Year Celebrations – Because the Lunar New Year’s Eve is “the end of the old year” (Traditional Chinese: 舊年尾, Pinyin: jiù nián wěi, literally translated: old year tail) and Chinese New Year is “the beginning of the new year” (Traditional Chinese: 新年頭, Pinyin: xīn nián tóu, literally translated: new year’s head), both of the turning points are the biggest festivals of the entire lunar year.
The Chinese Calendar – Chinese New Year is the main holiday of the year for more than one quarter of the world’s population. Although the People’s Republic of China uses the Gregorian calendar for civil purposes, a special Chinese calendar is used for determining festivals.
Which Chinese New Year Animal Are You Like? – Learn about the animals that inspired the Chinese zodiac signs.
Wikipedia – Everything you need to know about the Chinese Lunar New Year from the online encyclopedia.
A guide to Chinese New Year, 2022,the Year of the Tiger
Chinese zodiac story of the rabbit.
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Enjoy a walk through Singapore’s Chinatown.