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Chinese New Year. 除夕和新年. History of Chinese New Year. 2600 BC Legends. Calendar. Solar vs. Lunar 12/30-----1/1 -----1/15 Eve—New Year’s Day—Lantern Festival The New Year's Day for the Year of Rooster is Feb 9, 2005. Food, Ritual and a Little Bit of Superstition. Dumplings ( 饺子 Jiao zi)

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chinese new year
Chinese New Year

除夕和新年

calendar
Calendar
  • Solar vs. Lunar
  • 12/30-----1/1 -----1/15
  • Eve—New Year’s Day—Lantern Festival
  • The New Year's Day for the Year of Rooster is Feb 9, 2005
food ritual and a little bit of superstition
Food, Ritual and a Little Bit of Superstition
  • Dumplings (饺子 Jiao zi)
  • Sweet Rice Pudding (年糕 nian gao)
  • Steamed-bread (馒头 man tou)
  • Whole Fish (鱼 Yu)
food ritual and a little bit of superstition1
Food, Ritual and a Little Bit of Superstition
  • Cleaning
  • New Clothes
  • Festive couplets (春联 Chun lian)
  • Cards and board games
  • Fireworks
  • Watching television
  • Lights on all night!
festive couplets chun lian
Festive couplets (春联 Chun lian)

“千门万户幢幢日,总把新桃换旧符”

王安石