Welcome to our Chinese New Year site where you can find out information all about Chinese New Year and the traditions and rules that come with it. You will find everything you need to know here from traditional Chinese New Year recipes to what to do with an Ang Pow red envelope so take a look round and learn all there is to know about one of the most celebrated festivals in the world.
Chinese New Year according to the lunar calendar starts on the new moon after the winter solstice and is celebrated by many people from all over the world. Chinese New Year indicates new beginnings.
Chinese New Year is an enormous worldwide event and is celebrated by millions of people all over the world. For a taste of what Chinese New Year is about, take a look through the website and see just how many people celebrate this amazing event.
The Lunar Chinese New Year Day 2015 is very different from the Solar (Hsia) New Year Day as the new moon changes from year to year; Chinese New Year can begin any time between late January and mid February and in 2015 the Lunar New Year starts on 19th February 2015.
In Feng Shui we use the solar calendar to place Feng Shui cures and enhancers and in 2015 brings us the Yin Wood Goat/Sheep and will arrive on 4th February 2015 in China Standard Time. The first day of Chinese astrology year is the first day of the Tiger month. This is the day of the start of spring in the Chinese astrology calendar.
The start of spring is when the sun enters the 315th degree on the tropical zodiac.
This date is frequently confused with the day you would celebrate. Chinese New Year day is on 19th February 2015 in China Standard Time. Chinese New Year Day is the new moon day of the first lunar month.
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