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Chinese New Year in 2018 will be the year of the dog

2018/2/9 18:19:58
Chinese New Year in 2018 will be the year of the dog
Chinese New Year is one of the world's most colourful and exuberant events and triggers celebrations all across the globe.China's year is celebrated at midnight between December 31 and January 1 Chinese New Year is different every year.The celebrations are tipped to last for over two weeks.Chinese New Year takes place on a different date each year, because it is based on the lunar calendar.New Year's Day normally falls between January 21 and February 20.
The celebrations are an explosion of light and sound, involving bell ringing, lighting firecrackers and watching traditional lion dances.Chinese families gather together for a reunion dinner on New Year's Eve, and clean their houses to sweep away bad fortune on New Year's Day.Traditionally, kids would be given red envelopes stuffed with 'lucky money' and positive wishes on New Year's Day.Some teens now have red envelope apps, so their relatives can transfer cash digitally.
2018 will be the year of the dog.According to the Asian astrology, your year of birth - and the animal this represents - determines a lot about your personality traits.Although each of the twelve animals gets an outing every dozen years, there are different varieties.The Chinese animal zodiac or shengxiao, which means 'born resembling', are arranged in a repeating cycle of 12 years.The animal changes at the beginning of the Chinese New Year, and traditionally these animals were used to date the years.
In fact, there are many traditional Chinese New Year traditions. With the changes of the times, these traditions have even more flavor. They are going to celebrate the New Year, and wish everyone a Happy New Year.

2018 will be the Year of the Dog

colourful and exuberant

Happy New Year

Wow,I only love the pocket money hhh~
2018/3/12 10:30:36
Krystal @ Mackenzie : This year I also received a lot of money.
Mackenzie @ Krystal : How much?