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What to Expect in Chinese New Year 2019!

When starting to plan for the next Chinese New Year, we are about to find out about the lunar new year celebrations from the ancient Chinese festival called the Spring Festival.

Chinese New Year

The Chinese New Year starts on the 25th day of the 2nd month of the Chinese lunar calendar. If you are like most of us, this means that Chinese New Year 2019 will fall on February 19.

What’s in the Standard Year Book?

According to Feng Shui, the following twelve Chinese year books are the official one used for the two-week long Chinese New Year celebration celebration:

Zodiac Year of the Tiger – 06/28/2020

Zodiac Year of the Sheep – 06/28/2020

Zodiac Year of the Monkey – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Dragon – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Rooster – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Dog – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Pig – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Elephant – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Tiger – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Snake – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Horse – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Lamb – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Rat – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Turtle – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Dragon – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Ox – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Leopard – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Panther – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Rooster – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Dog – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Rat – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Elephant – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Leprechaun – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Rat – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Pig – 07/01/2021

Zodiac Year of the Turtle – 07/01/2021

The entire Chinese New Year celebration ceremony runs from December 24 to January 1. Although every Chinese person is invited to the actual celebration, most people actually send gifts of cash to their friends, relatives, and associates by sending money banks overseas.

This all sounds like so much fun, and we’d definitely be looking forward to this. What better way to begin the new year than to exchange gifts. There are many things you can do to celebrate the Chinese New Year:

Starting the New Year With Food – What better way to start the Chinese New Year than with delicious Chinese food? All different dishes can be eaten during the celebrations: Sichuanese, General Tso’s, and Monkey Chow. Although we’re not big on eating so much food, we are very big on celebrating.

Happy New Year to You Everyone!

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