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3 facts about New Year at China

  1. There is no exact date for the start of the Chinese New Year also, the Chinese New Year is often unofficially called the «Lunar New Year» because it’s date is determined based on the lunar phases. And since the Chinese New Year is calculated using the lunar calendar, its celebration falls on different dates each time from January 21 to February 21. In 2020, the Chinese New Year came on January 25.

2. The Spring Festival lasts approximately 15 days. During this time, working life in the Celestial Empire freezes, the people of China have fun, rest and celebrate a holiday in the circle of the family.

3. The Spring Festival was originally a ceremonial day. On this day, they prayed to the gods, asked for good weather, a bountiful harvest, etc. People also prayed to their ancestors and addressed them as gods.

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