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About Chinese New Year:
The Chinese Lunar New Year is also known as the Spring Festival in modern China and one of the Asian Lunar New Year holidays. It is an important festival for Chinese traditional festivals. Traditionally, celebrations start on the first night of the day and go until the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month. In 2018, the first day of the Chinese New Year is Friday, February 16, beginning the year of the dog.
It is one of the most famous and famous festivals in the world and is one of the largest annual population migrations in large scale in the world. This is an important festival in Greater China and has a strong influence on the Lunar New Year celebrations of geographical neighbors, including Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Mauritius and Australia and the Philippines and Russia.
The New Year’s Festival has been hundreds of years old, accompanied by several myths and customs. Traditionally, festivals are the time to commemorate God and ancestry. There are significant differences in the customs and traditions of the area in China to celebrate the Lunar New Year. Normally, the night before the Chinese New Year is the occasion for Chinese families to attend the annual reunion dinner. Traditionally, every family has to thoroughly clean their houses to remove any bad assets and to make way for the coming good fortune. Windows and doors are decorated with red paper-cut and the couplets of popular themes such as Happiness, Happiness, Fortune and Longevity. Other activities include lighting firecrackers and paper envelopes to donate money. In about a third of the continent’s population, or 500 million Northerners, dumplings, especially vegetarian fillings, have prominence in festivals. They also donate money to celebrate each other. They often buy new clothes and get new hair cut and start the new year.
The Chinese New Year is often accompanied by loud, New Year couplets printed in gold letters on bright red paper, referred to as chunlian or fai chun, are another way of expressing auspicious new year wishes.