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Chinese New Year - Wikipedia


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 ...

Chinese New Year Preparations and Celebrations in 2017, New ...


A timeline to show you top things Chinese people do to celebrate Chinese New Year, including preparations, decorations, and New Year activities.

Chinese New Year 2017: Traditions, Activities, Day-By-Day Guide


Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival in China, is China's most important traditional festival. It is also the most important celebration for families, and ...

Chinese New Year Traditions - Holidays - HISTORY.com


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 ...

How to Celebrate Chinese New Year (with Pictures) - wikiHow


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 ...

Chinese New Year Traditions


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


The Chinese New Year is the most important of the holidays for Chinese. ... Normally, the celebration will start from the New Year's Eve and will last for around ...

Sydney Chinese New Year Festival | What's On - City of Sydney


The official destination for #CNYSYD – Sydney Chinese New Year Festival. Celebrating the Lunar New Year. 27 January – 12 February 2017.

Chinese New Year 2017 in London - visitlondon.com


Find out about London's Chinese New Year celebrations, including the parade, performances on Trafalgar Square and Chinatown, and other CNY events.

Celebrate Chinese New Year in Manchester


Celebrate Chinese New Year in Manchester. Thursday 26 — Sunday 29. January 2017. #ChineseNewYearMCR #YearoftheRooster. Four days of the brightest ...

Lunar New Year is celebrated by visiting friends and family, giving gifts and red paper envelopes with money, as well as attending meals, fireworks and parades.