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Chinese New Year Images for Facebook, WhatApp

Chinese New Year Images

Chinese New Year Images for Facebook, WhatApp: Chinese New Year is an important Chinese festival celebrated at the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar. It is also known as the Spring Festival, the literal translation of the modern Chinese name. Celebrations traditionally run from the evening preceding the first day, to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of …

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Chinese New Year Coloring Pages

Chinese New Year Coloring Pages

Chinese New Year Coloring Pages: Chinese New Year is an important Chinese festival celebrated at the turn of the Chinese calendar. In China, it is also known as the Spring Festival, the literal translation of the modern Chinese name. Every year has a animal related to it. Click on any image you like to enlarge it. You can download this image …

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How Long Chinese New Year Celebrations Last?

How Long Chinese New Year Celebrations Last?

Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year or Spring Festival is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is often inaccurately called “Lunar New Year”, because – as part of the lunisolar Chinese calendar – the date is partially determined based on lunar phase. The festival traditionally begins on the first day of the first month in the Chinese …

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What is Chinese New Year?

What is Chinese New Year?

Chinese New Year is a holiday that celebrates the beginning of a new year according to the lunar calendar. It is considered to be one of the most important holidays for Chinese families. The holiday is celebrated with big family gatherings, gift giving, the eating of symbolic foods and display of festive decorations – all focused on bringing good luck …

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What is Chinese new year and why is it celebrated?

What is Chinese new year and why is it celebrated?

Chinese New Year is an occasion for thanksgiving and family reunion. It is a way to give honor to the family ancestors, the god, and the Heaven and Earth.There are Chinese people living in every part of the world including India. Chinese New Year is celebrated in India but on a smaller scale.The first day of Chinese New Year starts …

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World’s Most Popular Fruit is Pear-fect

World's Most Popular Fruit is Pear-fect

Six and a half years ago, we told you about a farmer who grows pears shaped like a Buddha. Back then, Gao Xianzhang thought that he had something special on his hands, but his family and friends told him that his weird looking fruit would never help him succeed. All these years later, Gao can confidently tell his doubters that …

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When is Chinese New Year?

When is Chinese New Year?

The start of Chinese New Year changes every year since it is dictated by the lunar calendar. The Gregorian or solar calendar – which is based on the Earth’s movement around the sun and has a fixed number of 365 days a year (366 during a leap year) – is the most widely used calendar system in the world and …

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When is Chinese New Year 2008?

When is Chinese New Year 2008?

The Chinese New Year that is celebrated for about fifteen days is one moment in the year when the whole nation feels united as they can imagine each other’s enjoyment. The Chinese New Year gets determined by the Lunar calendar and therefore it is sometimes called the Lunar New Year. In 2008, the Chinese Lunar Year Festival would start from …

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What are some New Year’s traditions?

What are some New Year’s traditions?

Every culture has its own way to celebrate New Year’s Day. In the U.S., many people throw parties, and crowds gather in New York’s Times Square and at Chicago’s State Street on New Year’s Eve. In the American South, people eat black-eyed peas for good luck in the new year. In Spain and some of South America, people get good …

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Lion Dance Song

“See the lion dance and prance, Dance and prance, dance and prance. See the lion dance and prance On Chinese New Year’s Day. Hear the firecrackers pop, Pop,pop,pop; pop,pop,pop Hear the firecrackers pop On Chinese New Year’s Day.”

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