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Are the Chinese New Year and the Spring Festival of China related?

Are the Chinese New Year and the Spring Festival of China related? When and how are these festivals celebrated?

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7 Responses to “Are the Chinese New Year and the Spring Festival of China related?”

  1. Gina said:

    The Spring Festival (春节) is another name for Chinese New Year (农历新年) and it is celebrated by Chinese all over the world on the first day of the first month of the Chinese calendar.

  2. John said:

    The Chinese New year and the Spring Festival in China are very important events in China which are celebrated all over the country with pomp and gaiety. Get to know more about them through articles on the internet.
    http://www.char4u.com/article_info.php?articles_id=53

  3. China Roamer said:

    The Spring Festival is known in the West as Chinese New Year, in China itself the New Year’s Eve is called “Chu-xi”. It is the oldest traditional festival for Chinese people, and great occasions for family reunion, just like the Christmas in the West. It always comes in the 1st day of the lunar month, later than the Gregorian calendar.

    Chinese New Year Celebrations includes Pasting Spring Couplets, Character “Fu” or Gods of Door or Wealth, New Year Eve’s Feast, Setting off Fireworks, Giving Lucky Money and here is more info i found, http://www.easytourchina.com/china-specials/the-spring-festival.htm

  4. Datukgong Bean Laden said:

    1st of spring the new year for the chinese

  5. liyuwc12321 said:

    They are always on the same day

  6. @ / Blueberry x_x said:

    They mean the same thing..

  7. Elena S said:

    yes…
    same same…
    😛




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