TOP 10 Chinese New Year Facts

Top 10 Chinese New Year Facts Each year as the spring arrives, hundreds of millions, perhaps billions of people celebrate Chinese New Year. Its vibrant history and rich symbolism manifest in everything from dance to food. To help explain some of that history and meaning here are TOP 10 Chinese New Year Facts. #Number 10 …

Chinese New Year 2017 – What Do You Know? 

This year, Chinese New Year – The Year of the Rooster – begins on Saturday January 28 and lasts until February 15th, 2018.  The new year, also known as the Spring Festival, is marked by the lunisolar Chinese calendar, so the date changes from year to year.  The festivities usually start the day before the …

Chinese New Year 2016 Trail of the Tradition

 Year of the monkey! Bring prosperity and fortune for everyone who follows the Chinese tradition!   Typical celebrations are as follows Chinese New Year Eve – lunar calendar dated 31st Dec. This is the most celebrated day in China. All family members gather together to make the symbolic family meal of the night – Jiaozi (aka …