Asian new year

Immerse yourself in the vibrant celebrations of Asian New Year. Discover traditional customs, mouthwatering dishes, and auspicious rituals to bring luck and prosperity to the upcoming year.
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The lunar new year is known as Chinese new year, and it is normally celebrated around late January to sometime in February. This year it is on the 25th of January 2020 ( depends on the country ). In most of the Asian countries, people celebrate the lunar new year. All most all the Asian countries celebrate it, but

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In China and in ethnic communities around the world, the Lunar New Year is celebrated as the most important and most festive holiday of the year. The day itself — this year, Monday, February 8 — marks the first of the New Year in the Chinese calendar, but the celebration, also known as “chun jie” or the Spring Festival, lasts 15 days! It’s a joyous time of family reunion and two full weeks of intense feasting.

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