Chinese New Year, known in modern Chinese as the "Spring Festival is an
important Chinese festival celebrated at the turn of the traditional lunisolar
Chinese New Year is celebrated for sixteen days (from New Year's Eve to the
Lantern Festival). Many activities for this period are traditional customs, but some
Right after 12:00PM on New Year's Eve, fireworks will be launched to celebrate
the coming of the New Year as well as to drive away the evil. It is believed that ...
Chinese New Year celebrations were born out of fear and myth. Legend spoke of
the wild beast Nien (which also is the word for “year”) that appeared at the end ...
Feb 15, 2016 ... Celebrate Chinese New Year in London in 2017 with our guide to this year's
events, activities and the best Chinese restaurants to visit in the ...
Find out about London's Chinese New Year celebrations, including the parade,
performances on Trafalgar Square, Chinatown and other Chinese New Year ...
How to Celebrate Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year, also called Lunar New
Year or the Chinese Spring Festival, holds the most significant position among ...
Greetings friends! We are proud to announce the Stockton Chinese New Year
Celebration, Year of the Monkey, on Sunday, March 6, 2016. The parade begins
Celebrate the Year of the Monkey with free admission for all!
Chinese New Year at Selfridges Selfridges, Exchange Square, 12-6pm ... Jigsaw
– Year of the Monkey Celebrations Jigsaw, King Street. Chinese New Year ...