- Chinese New Year - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chinese New Year is an important traditional Chinese holiday celebrated at the turn of the Chinese calendar In China, it is also known as the Spring Festival, the
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Chinese New Year will fall on February 19 in 2015 Check here to know Chinese Spring Festival traditions and activities, day by day guide, food and culture
- Chinese astrology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chinese astrology is based on the traditional astronomy and calendars The development of Chinese astrology is tied to that of astronomy, which came to flourish
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Millions of Chinese celebrate Chinese New Year around the world each year with family gatherings, festive shopping, street parades and firecrackers to welcome the new
- Chinese New Year from Musical Mandarin - blogspot. com
Chinese New Year or Spring Festival (Chun Jie) is the start of the lunar calendar and the coming of spring It is the largest Chinese celebration, celebrated by
- Hong Kong and Happy Chinese New Year - Dessert First
It’s almost New Year again – Chinese New Year! The Year of the Dragon starts on Monday, Jan 23 Just in time for me to share some (mostly food-related) snapshots
- New Year - Wishes, SMS , Messages and Horoscope 2015
Celebrate the Happy New Year 2015 by sending New Year Wishes, Messages, Cards and Greetings to your loved ones Style your desktops with New Year 2015 wallpapers and
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Just as Christmas is a major festival in the Gregorian calendar, the Chinese New Year (CNY) or Lunar New Year is the most important occasion for all Chinese