According to history.com, the Chinese New Year usually falls sometime in the middle of February and lasts around twelve days, depending year to year on the lunar cycle, with the final, most grandiose celebration on the last night of the previous year’s lunar cycle.
The Race of the Twelve: What Your Chinese Zodiac Animal Means for You
You probably know all about your Western Zodiac sign, but do you know what secrets your Chinese Zodiac animal can reveal? Find out how this ancient Asian system, Shēngxiào, might be of importance to you today:
Rooster Year Chinese Zodiac Symbol With Paper Cut Art / Big Chinese Writing Golden Rooster Announce Good News And Small Chinese Writing Translation: Chinese Calendar For Year Of Rooster. Stock Vector Illustration 470511326 : Shutterstock
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