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The first reign title was Jiànyuán (Chinese: 建元, from 140 ... of the Yellow Emperor as the first year of the Han calendar.

The Chinese Calendar - Timeanddate.com

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The Chinese calendar is a lunisolar calendar that is used to determine important festival dates, such as Chinese New Year.

The Chinese Zodiac - Timeanddate.com

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Monday, February 8, 2016 was the Chinese New Year. The date marked the start of the Year of the Fire Monkey in the Chinese zodiac. The Year of the Monkey ...

Chinese Zodiac: 12 Animal Signs, Calculator, Origin

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Chinese zodiac, also called Shengxiao in Chinese, is a 12-year circle starting from rat to pig with a symbolic zodiac sign in each year. It is used to record birth ...

Chinese Zodiac, 12 Chinese Zodiac Animals, Find Your Zodiac Signs

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Chinese Zodiac Signs, The Chinese animal zodiac, or sheng xiao in pinyin, is a rotating cycle of 12 years, with each year being represented by an animal and its  ...

The Chinese Lunar Calendar, the Chinese Traditional Solar Calendar

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An introduction on Names of the Chinese Calendar, Chinese Years and the Chinese ... So every second or third Chinese calendar year has 13 months and ...

Year of the Monkey 2016: Zodiac Luck, Romance, Personality...

www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/chinese-zodiac/monkey.htm

2016 (on the Chinese calendar) is a year of the Monkey, starting from February 8 (Chinese New Year), and ending on January 27, 2017 (Chinese New Year's ...

The Chinese Calendar - tondering.dk

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What is the current year in the Chinese calendar? Although the People's Republic of China uses the Gregorian calendar for civil purposes, a special Chinese ...

The Mathematics of the Chinese Calendar

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It also helps explain why Chinese New Year is called the spring festival. If you have a Western calendar that indicates the phases of the Moon, this will give you  ...

The Chinese Calendar | Calendars - Webexhibits

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Chinese New Year is the main holiday of the year for more than one quarter of the world's population. Although the People's Republic of China uses the ...

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According to the Chinese Zodiac, it is currently the Year of the Snake.
The Year of the Dragon ended and the Year of the Snake began on February 10, 2013.