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Chinese New Year 2013


Chinese New Year 2013– Lunar New Year 2013– Springtime Festival 2013

Spring Festival, Chinese Lunar New Year, Lunar New Year or frequently referred to just Chinese New Year, is the biggest and most important annual celebration commemorated by Chinese and and Chinese spin-offs around the world. Chinese New Year Celebration is based on the lunar Chinese calendar, begins on first day of the first month in the Chinese calendar and ends with Light Celebration which is on the 15th day of the initial month.

Chinese New Year 2013

Chinese New Year 2013

When Is The Chinese New Year 2013?

Date of Chinese New Year 2013 The first day of Chinese New Year 2013 (Chun Jie / 春节 2013) will be commemorated on Sunday, 10 February 2013, and the festival will last for as lengthy as 15 days, till the Sunday, 24 February 2013. Chinese New Year 2013 All over the world

Chinese New Year 2013 is a yearly official public vacation for many nations, consisting of Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Indonesia. The Spring Festival 2013 is amongst the longest public vacations in China, one of the Golden Week.

Some nations refer to the Lunar New Year with their regional label, such as Tet Nguyen Dan (Vietnamese New Year) in Vietnam, Korean New Year in South Korea, or Setsubun in Japan.

The greeting for Chinese New Year is
1. Gong Hee Fot Choy – for Mandarin
2. Kung Hei Fat Choi – for Cantonese
Passersby greet one another in various dialects: Sun Nean Fai Lok and Xin Nain Kuai Le (Happy New Year) or Kung Hey Fat Choi and Gong Xi Fa Cai (May Prosperity Be With You).

Chinese New Year 2013 Celebrations

To the Chinese neighborhoods, Chinese New Year is the biggest yearly event, where households would gather for reuniting supper and good friends will be seeing each various other. Markets will certainly be abuzz with tasks and several lovely accessories weeks prior to the celebration.

Decorative Lantern Chinese New Year 2013

Decorative Lantern Chinese New Year 2013

People Holidays For Chinese New Year 2013

Right here are public vacations for chinese new year 2013 around the globe:
Indonesia: Sunday, 10 February 2013 (1 day).
Malaysia: Sunday, 10 February 2013– Monday, 11 February 2013 * (2 days).
Singapore: Sunday, 10 February 2013– Monday, 11 February 2013 (2 days).
Hong Kong: Sunday, 10 February 2013– Tuesday, 12 February 2013 (3 days).
Macau: Sunday, 10 February 2013– Tuesday, 12 February 2013 (3 days).
China: Sunday, 10 February 2013– Tuesday, 12 February 2013 (3 days).
South Korea: Sunday, 10 February 2013– Tuesday, 12 February 2013 (3 days).
Vietnam: Sunday, 10 February 2013– Wednesday, 13 February 2013 (4 days).
Taiwan: Sunday, 10 February 2013– Wednesday, 13 February 2013 (4 days).

In Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia and Japan, Chinese New Year 2013 is a major festival, nonetheless is not a public vacation.

* besides Malaysian states of Kelantan and Trengganu, where Chinese New Year 2013 is a one-day vacation.

^ Chinese New Year holiday in Vietnam and Taiwan normally begin on Chinese New Year eve, and proceed till third day of the new year. In 2013 the holiday extend to the fourth day of Chinese New Year because the first day of new year falls on Sunday.

Note: Some nations have policy of substituting vacation that drops on weekend break to next weekday. We do not have information on the policy of each country yet.

People Holidays For Lunar New Year 2012.

Right here are public vacations for chinese new year 2012 all over the world:.
Indonesia: Monday, 23 January 2012 (1 day).
Malaysia: Monday, 23 January 2012– Tuesday, 24 January 2012 \* (2 days).
Singapore: Monday, 23 January 2012– Tuesday, 24 January 2012 (2 days).
Hong Kong: Monday, 23 January 2012– Wednesday, 25 January 2012 (3 days).
Macau: Monday, 23 January 2012– Wednesday, 25 January 2012 (3 days).
China: Monday, 23 January 2012– Wednesday, 25 January 2012 (3 days).
South Korea: Monday, 23 January 2012– Wednesday, 25 January 2012 (3 days).
Vietnam: Monday, 23 January 2012– Thursday, 26 January 2012 (4 days) ^.
Taiwan: Monday, 23 January 2012– Thursday, 26 January 2012 (4 days) ^.

In Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia and Japan, Chinese New Year 2012 is a significant celebration, nonetheless is not a public vacation.

* except for Malaysian states of Kelantan and Trengganu, where Chinese New Year 2012 is a one-day holiday.

^ Chinese New Year holiday in Vietnam and Taiwan normally begin on Chinese New Year eve, and continue till 3rd day of the new year. In 2012 the holiday extend to the fourth day of Chinese New Year because new year eve drops on Sunday.

Chinese Zodiac

Chinese Zodiac (Chinese: 生肖 / Sheng xiao) associates each chinese calendar year to an animal, based on a 12-year cycle. It is an extensively prominent system made use of informally in many Oriental nations, featuring China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea and Japan.

Chinese Year 2013 (10 February 2013– 30 January 2014) is the Year of Snake.

Business During Chinese New Year Holiday

Days prior to and during Chinese New Year are generally busiest duration for restaurants as well as holiday company.

Lots of Chinese families will certainly have reuniting dinners with each other at the dining establishments, getting fairly pricey supper package deal.

Some others will take a vacation travel, since Chinese New Year is additionally the lengthiest public holiday in lots of nations, like China, Singapore, Vietnam or Taiwan.

Chinese New Year Celebrations.

Chinese New Year 2013 Lion Dance

Chinese New Year 2013 Lion Dance

Chinese New Year 2013 in Singapore.

Chinatown is a crucial focal point for Chinese New Year celebrations in the few weeks resulting in up to Chinese New Year and a couple of weeks abiding by that. Visitors could saturate in the whole Chinese cultural experience and experience the festive stress simply by walking the streets of Chinatown. Chinatown is additionally where regional Chinese congregate time after time to purchase the essential brand-new year products for the residence and to soak in the joyful setting.

One could expect a vivid and fancy road light-up along the main and side streets of Chinatown with interactive light shows and picture option points on the Yard Bridge and other essential centerpieces. Take your choice from over 500 festive road stalls supplying Chinese New Year rewards in Chinatown & People’s Playground. Nightly social performance at Kreta Ayer Square will feature distinguished local and overseas efficiencies.

Previous and Future Chinese New Years.

Chinese New Year 2008.

2008 is the year of Rat. Chinese New Year 2008 drops on Thursday, 7 February 2008.

Chinese New Year 2009.

2009 is the year of Ox. Chinese New Year 2009 drops on Monday, 26 January 2009.

Chinese New Year 2010.

2010 is the year of Tiger. Chinese New Year 2010 drops on Sunday, 14 February 2010.

Chinese New Year 2011.

2011 is the year of Bunny. Chinese New Year 2011 falls on Thursday, 3 February 2011.

Chinese New Year 2012.

2012 is the year of Monster. Chinese New Year 2012 falls on Monday, 23 January 2012.
Year 2012, Year of Monster.

Chinese New Year 2013.

2013 is the year of Snake. Chinese New Year 2013 falls on Sunday, 10 February 2013.

Chinese New Year 2014.

2014 is the year of Equine. Chinese New Year 2014 drops on Friday, 31 January 2014.

Chinese New Year 2015.

2015 is the year of Sheep. Chinese New Year 2015 falls on Thursday, 19 February 2015.

Chinese New Year 2016.

2016 is the year of Anthropoid. Chinese New Year 2016 drops on Monday, 8 February 2016.

Chinese New Year 2017.

2017 is the year of Hen. Chinese New Year 2017 falls on Saturday, 28 January 2017.

Chinese New Year 2018.

2018 is the year of Pet. Chinese New Year 2018 falls on Friday, 16 February 2018.

Chinese New Year 2019.

2019 is the year of Porker. Chinese New Year 2019 drops on Tuesday, 5 February 2019.

Classic Chinese New Year Songs

Chinese New Year is just total if accompanied with Chinese New Year Songs concerning commemorating springtime, wishing abundance, best of luck, and benefits.

Right here are some traditional Chinese New Year Songs by Teresa Teng.
鄧麗君 Teresa Teng 贺新年 New Year Blessings


Wishing you an abundance of blessing, prosperity, and longevity !

Happy Chinese New Year 2013 ! Happy CNY 2013 !
Happy Lunar New Year 2013 ! Happy Spring Festival 2013 !

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