Chinese New Year dates 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019
Chinese New Year according to the lunar calendar starts on the new moon after the winter solstice and is celebrated by many people from all over the world. Chinese New Year indicates new beginnings.
Unlike the solar Chinese New Year which we use in Feng Shui the lunar date is the date you celebrate the Chinese New Year with Ang Pow’s with gifts of money, fireworks etc. The date that you would spend placing your Feng Shui cures and enhancers is always on the 4th February which is the start of spring using the solar calendar.
The Lunar Chinese New Year Day is very different from the Solar (Hsia) New Year Day as the new moon changes from year to year; Chinese New Year can begin anytime between late January and mid February.
I thought many would find it useful to prepare for years ahead and you will find below a chart that shows the beginning day of Chinese New Year using the lunar calendar and the animal sign for that year.
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