Chinese Lunar New Year
Chinese New Year or Spring Festival is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is often called the Lunar New Year, especially by people in mainland China and Taiwan. The festival traditionally begins on the first day of the first month (Chinese: 正月; pinyin: zhēng yuè) in the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th; this day is called Lantern Festival. Chinese New Year's Eve is known as Chúxī. It literally means "Year-pass Eve".
Where :
Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia,Philippines, Thailand
When :
In the Gregorian calendar, Chinese New Year falls on different dates each year, a date between January 21 and February 20. In the Chinese calendar, winter solstice must occur in the 11th month, which means that Chinese New Year usually falls on the second new moon after the winter solstice (rarely the third if an intercalary month intervenes). In traditional Chinese Culture, lichun is a solar term marking the start of spring, which occurs about February 4.
More Details :
Chinese New Year is observed as a public holiday in a number of countries and territories where a sizable Chinese population resides. 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. Also like many other countries in the world, a statutory holiday is added on the following work day when the New Year falls on a weekend.
Images :
China Lunar New Year Chinese New Year decoration
China Lunar New Year Chinese New Year decoration in London's Chinatown
References :
Wikipedia : Chinese New Year
See the days on which Chinese Lunar New Year is celebrated :

Chinese Lunar New Year

Year Month Day Day of Week
2008 February 06 Wednesday
2008 February 07 Thursday
2008 February 08 Friday
2009 January 25 Sunday
2009 January 26 Monday
2009 January 27 Tuesday
2010 February 13 Saturday
2010 February 14 Sunday
2010 February 15 Monday
2011 February 02 Wednesday
2011 February 03 Thursday
2011 February 04 Friday
2012 January 22 Sunday
2012 January 23 Monday
2012 January 24 Tuesday
2013 February 09 Saturday
2013 February 10 Sunday
2013 February 11 Monday
2013 February 12 Tuesday
2013 February 13 Wednesday
2013 February 14 Thursday
2013 February 15 Friday
2014 January 31 Friday
2014 February 01 Saturday
2014 February 02 Sunday
2014 February 03 Monday
2014 February 04 Tuesday
2014 February 05 Wednesday
2014 February 06 Thursday
2015 February 18 Wednesday
2015 February 19 Thursday
2015 February 20 Friday
2015 February 21 Saturday
2015 February 22 Sunday
2015 February 23 Monday
2015 February 24 Tuesday
Related Holidays :
New Year's Day Labor Day Chinese Lunar New Year Qing Ming Festival
Dragon Boat Festival National Day Mid-Autumn Festival  
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