Asian calendar new year

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Why does the Lunar New Year start at a different time each yeah? How is this important holiday celebrated? What does the Year of the Ox symbolize? Learn all about this holiday!

Chinese New Year 2021 Date

Celebrating the New Year in Asia | Asia Society

The first day of Chinese New Year begins on the new moon that appears between 21 January and 20 February. The Chinese New Year is associated with several myths and customs. The festival was traditionally a time to honour deities as well as ancestors. It is also traditional for every family to thoroughly clean their house, in order to sweep away any ill-fortune and to make way for incoming good luck. Another custom is the decoration of windows and doors with red paper-cuts and couplets. Popular themes among these paper-cuts and couplets include that of good fortune or happiness , wealth, and longevity.

Chinese New Year Calendar

Chinese New Year falls on Friday, February 12th, , and celebrations culminate with the Lantern Festival on February 26th, See the full calendar. Celebrations last up to 16 days, but only the first 7 days are considered a public holiday February 11th—17th, Chinese New Year marks the transition between zodiac signs : is the year of the Ox ; the year of the Rat. Preparations for the new year begin on February 4th, , and last until New Years Eve.
The Japanese scatter dried beans to drive evil from the house. The Chinese eat long-life foods. The Balinese observe a day of silence. Thais splash water on one another.