The Chinese New Year begins at the end of the last month of the Chinese calendar, a date that varies every year according to the lunar calendar. The date is typically between mid-January and mid-February on the Gregorian calendar.
In China, the Chinese New Year has been known as the Spring Festival since the 20th century. It is the longest celebration on the Chinese calendar, running from Chinese New Year's Eve to the Lantern Festival, which takes place on the 15th day of the first month on the Chinese calendar. Many Chinese citizens consider it a time to relax and connect with family members.