chinese new year calendar
Like all Chinese festivals, the date of the Chinese New Year is determined by the lunar calendar rather than the Western calendar, so the date of the holiday varies from late January to mid February.
Chinese pray at temples nearby to mark the new year despite having their own calendar and new year, which hasn't come yet.
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you may have queries about chinese new year calendar，look careful below ！
1.When do you have your Spring Festival?
The Spring Festival comes with the Chinese New Year.
2. When is the Chinese New Year?
The Chinese New Year starts with the beginning of the year on the lunar calendar
3. When does the year of the lunar calendar begin?
It varies from year to year, but usually falls in January or February on the Western calendar.
4. So the Spring Festival comes sometime in January or February.
You’ve got it.
5. A fascinating culture. Do I go by the lunar calendar or the Western calendar in China?
Our official calendar is the same as yours.
6. What do you use the lunar calendar for?
Mostly to determine when the big holiday comes for the Spring Festival.
country use chinese new year calendar：
1. Lunar New Year in Japan
the same as Asian country, Japan the New Year starts on January1 st but the Japanese use the Chinese calendar.When the bell rings 108 times, each Japanese household begins eating long noodles. The island people believe that the longer the noodles are, the better the luck will be for the coming year.
2. Lunar New Year in Korea
the same as most of other countries, korea also use chinese calendar .usually in the solar calendar by the end of January or early February by the arrival of the Korean New Year is called the first day of the first lunar month is traditionally the biggest programs. The whole family together, wearing the best clothes, held memorial ceremony. After the ritual, the rich enjoy a private, family elders to the younger generation in the New Year. While the people continue to celebrate the Lunar New Year, but the solar calendar New Year day is also a statutory holiday.
3. Lunar New Year in Singapore
Singapore use chinese calendar too, Singaporeans love to eat sweet Niaogao which is made from deep-fried glutinous rice and brown sugar cake. Locals regard it as "High Pudding" to express the blessing for the New Year.
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