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Chinese New Year, also referred to as Lunar New Year, is the most important holiday on the Chinese calendar. The holiday is a two week festival filled with reunions among family and friends, an abundance of delicious food and wishes for a new year filled with prosperity, joy and good fortune.

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Chinese New Year 2019 marks the Year of the Pig — a year that, according to Chinese astrology, will be filled with fortune and luck; a great year to make money, and a good year to invest! 2019 is going to be full of joy, a year of friendship and love for all the zodiac signs; an auspicious year because the Pig attracts success in all the spheres of life.

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The Chinese New Year, 2019 version, starts on February 5 and runs until February 19. Officially, it will be the Year of the Pig, according the Chinese 12-year animal zodiac cycle. Unlike the ...

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This Chinese New Year, also known as the Lunar New Year, falls on Feb. 5. This is the Year of the Pig, which means the Year of the Dog is swiftly coming to an end.

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How to celebrate Chinese New Year in London Advertisement If you’re celebrating Chinese New Year in the capital for 2019 the good news is that there will be plenty of events for you to take part in.

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How to celebrate Chinese New Year, ... This year, Chinese New Year {also called Spring Festival} falls on February 5, 2019. In Chinese astrology, each year is marked by an animal. This year, 2019, is the year of the pig. The pig is a representation of diligence, kindness, and generosity.

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Chinese New Year 2019 is on Tuesday, the 5th of February. Chinese New Year 2020, 2021 and futher. The holiday is based on the Chinese calendar and begins on the first new moon of the new year. Find out more about the history of Chinese New Year, including videos and Cards

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Chinese New Year is celebrated for sixteen days (from New Year's Eve to the Lantern Festival). The preparations start seven days before the New Year's Eve. Many celebration activities for this period are traditional customs, but some are quite new... Here is a daily guide to tell you how Chinese people celebrate Chinese New Year in 2019.

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Chinese New Year doesn't begin or end on the same date each year; instead, the festival lasts for about 23 days each year ending on the 15th day of the first lunar month in the following year in ...

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Chinese New Year is celebrated by more than 20% of the world. It’s the most important holiday in China and to Chinese people all over. Here are 21 interesting facts that you probably didn’t know about Chinese New Year.