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China’s Spring Festival –Chun jie (春节)

Chinese festivals are based on the traditional lunar calendar. The most important event of the year is the Chinese New Year, commonly referred to as the Spring event or as chun jie ().

The holiday marks the end of the coldest days of winter and the anticipation of spring and fresh beginnings. It is also the time to pray for a bountiful harvest season.

The entire family is there, and making special delicacies with symbolic significance requires extensive preparation. he northern Chinese lunch will include jiao zi, or auspicious dumplings.

On Chinese New Year, cleaning and showering are not permitted.

Before the Spring Festival, set aside a day to properly clean your home, which will sweep away bad luck and allow good fortune to enter. However, after this New Year’s good fortune has entered, you should not shower, wash clothing, sweep, or throw away waste for fear of washing or tossing away your good fortune. Other acts that are forbidden during the Spring Festival include swearing, fighting, using scissors and knives, cutting your hair, and speaking unfortunate words like “sickness” and “death.”

They are also said to be fortunate in love and money

The Year of the Rabbit is 2023

People born in a certain year are said to share the personality qualities of that year’s animal. Rabbits are noted for their delicate and sensitive nature, as well as their great sense of aesthetics. They are also recognized for their calm, kindness, and gentleness.
You are a Rabbit if you were born in 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, or 2023. According to Chinese astrology, the year of your zodiac sign is a good year for you. Rabbits are advised to wear anything red or pink, such as red socks, undergarments, or jewelry, to make the most of this year.

How to Say “Happy New Year” in Mandarin Chinese xn nián kuài lè () – Merry Christmas!

Happy Spring Festival! chn ji kuài lè () –

gng x f cái () – I wish you good fortune in the next year.

gong hei fat choy () – Best wishes for happiness and wealth (in Cantonese)

() xn xing sh chéng () – May all of your dreams come true.

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