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  • Chinese New Year (Spring Festival in China)

    The Spring Festival or Lunar New Year is known in the West as Chinese New Year, in China itself the New Year's Eve is called "Chu-xi". It is the oldest traditional festival for Chinese people, and great occasions for family reunion, just like the Christmas in ...

  • 15-Day Celebration of Chinese Lunar New Year

    Chinese people set the Spring Festival or Lunar Chinese New Year on the first day of the first month of the lunar calendar, but generally it will not end until the fifteenth day of the first month - the 15 days of Chinese New Year. The Spring Festival is the m...

  • Top 10 Chinese New Year Lucky Foods and Symblism

    As a popular Chinese saying goes, food is heaven for the people. It is not surprising that food plays a major role in any Chinese festivals. Chinese people celebrate every traditional festival with the lucky food – which blends fruits and vegetables, meat an...

  • Gallery: Celebrate Spring Festival in China with New Year Paintings

    China’s most important traditional festival, Spring Festival is round the corner. Celebrate it in the Old Way, and have an ultimate Chinese culture experience.  New Year painting is definitely one of the most important parts of the celebration.  Re...

  • Top 10 Traditional Meat Dishes for Chinese New Year

    Finally, here comes Chinese New Year, or literally Spring Festival, the most important event of a year for all Chinese, home and abroad. Locals also call it Lunar New Year, as it is determined by the Chinese lunar calendar. During the 15-day celebration, festi...

  • Chinese New Year Traditions & Activities

    Lunar New Year is the first and top one of the four most important Chinese traditional festivals (the other three are Dragon Boat Festival, Qingming Festival and Mid-autumn Festival). Though it was only until the year of 1914 that Spring Festival became its al...

  • Top Ten Legends and Stories about Chinese New Year

    China’s Lunar New Year traditionally starts on the first day of the first month of the lunar calendar, which is the Chinese New Year’s day and the Spring Festival in a narrow sense; while in a broad sense, it refers to the period from the eighth day of the...

  • Chinese New Year Cake – Niangao

    When it comes to prepare the Chinese New Year food, we never miss dumpling, or niangao, also known as Chinese New Year cake, a kind of Chinese rice cake (Chinese Gao). I’ve got my nian gao for Chinese New Year 2022. And you? You can buy a nian gao from a Chi...

  • Chinese New Year Food: Top 6 Foods to Bring You Good Fortune

    Chinese New Year, also called Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, is the most important festival in China. It falls on the first day of the first month of the Chinese Lunar Calendar, usually between January 21st and February 20th of the Gregorian calendar....

  • Chinese New Year 2022: the Year of the Tiger

    When is Chinese New Year 2022?Chinese New Year 2022 falls on Tuesday, February 1st and it marks the beginning of the Year of the Tiger. Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival (春节), is the biggest and most notable festival in Chin...

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