Chinese New Year History
Chinese New Year or Spring Festival celebrates a year of hard work and gives people the opportunity to wish for a lucky new year. It is China's most important festival and involves family reunions, elaborate decorations and giving red envelopes.
Chinese New Year is based on the Chinese Lunar Calendar and usually falls between January 21 and February 20. In 2020, Chinese New Year was celebrated on January 25th. The Calendar functions on a 12 year animal cycle that many associate with the celebration.
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