Why is the Lantern Festival celebrated?

Answer

The Lantern Festival is celebrated to mark the night of the first full moon of the lunar New Year. It is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunisolar year in the Chinese calendar and is celebrated in countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore although it is given a different title in these countries.
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Lantern Festival also known as Yuano Xiao Festival celebrates the 15th of the first month of each lunisolar year. It is celebrated as the Chinese version of Valentine's Day.
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