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Lunar Year | What is Lunar Year? | All you need to know!

Lunar Year info and all you need to know about it.
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Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival in modern China, is an important Chinese festival celebrated at the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar.

A bigger and better than happy new year celebration is made by Chinese people for this day and they celebrate for days and say Happy Lunar year to people !

Many also celebrate in Vietnam which is called as Vietnamese New Year. 

Happy new year is over for us but for China it is so different and world is almost unknown for China.

How they celebrate Lunar New Year! 
They celebrate their new year here like this. This new Year also welcomes Spring for China!
The New Year festival is centuries old and associated with several myths and customs. Traditionally, the festival was a time to honour deities as well as ancestors. Within China, regional customs and traditions concerning the celebration of the Lunar New Year vary widely. Often, the evening preceding Lunar New Year's Day is an occasion for Chinese families to gather for the annual reunion dinner. It is also traditional for every family to thoroughly clean the house, in order to sweep away any ill-fortune and to make way for incoming good luck.

Historic preferences
The lunisolar Chinese calendar determines the date of Lunar New Year. The calendar is also used in countries that have been influenced by, or have relations with, China – such as Korea, Japan and Vietnam, though occasionally the date celebrated may differ by one day or even one moon cycle due to using a meridian based on a different capital city in a different time zone or different placements of intercalary months.

Is this a Public Holiday for the China? 
Yes.
Chinese New Year is observed as a public holiday in a number of countries and territories where there is a sizable Chinese population. Since Chinese New Year falls on different dates on the Gregorian calendar every year on different days of the week, some of these governments opt to shift working days in order to accommodate a longer public holiday.


There is a proper description done by Xinwen Lianbo, January 2001, quoted by Li Ren for Lunar Year Celebration!
"Red couplets and red lanterns are displayed on the door frames and light up the atmosphere. The air is filled with strong Chinese emotions. In stores in Beijing, Shanghai, Wuhan, and other cities, products of traditional Chinese style have started to lead fashion trend[s]. Buy yourself a Chinese-style coat, get your kids tiger-head hats and shoes, and decorate your home with some beautiful red Chinese knots, then you will have an authentic Chinese-style Spring Festival."

So if you are in China dont miss Lunar Year and dont miss their food and celebration!

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