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10 Facts About Chinese New Year

10 Facts About Chinese New Year

​​​​​Are you aware that it's Chinese New Year this weekend?

Will you be joining celebrations?

Find out more information about the upcoming festivities below.


1.) Chinese New Year is also known as Spring Festival or Lunar New Year

2.) The date of Chinese New Year varies each year and is determined by the Chinese lunar calendar

3.) It is the longest and most important traditional festival in China, usually lasting 15 days

4.) Red is a traditional colour of Chinese New Year, symbolizing good luck and happiness

5.) The zodiac animal for the Chinese New Year changes each year, 2023 is the "Year of the Rabbit"

6.) Celebrated not only in China, but in other countries with significant Chinese populations such as Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia

7.) It is a public holiday in many countries including China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore

8.) The first day of Chinese New Year is also known as "New Year's Eve"

9.) Families come together and celebrate with a traditional food feast, fireworks, and dragon and lion dances

10.) The 15th day of Chinese New Year is the Lantern Festival, a time to light lanterns and enjoy traditional foods like glutinous rice balls

View our rabbit art today and celebrate Chinese New Year 2023!

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