2014 Chinese New Year’s Eve: January 30th

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January 30th is the Chinese New Year’s Eve, the last day of the year of the Snake.


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January 31st is the Chinese New Year, the first day of the year of the Horse.

Normally, the Chinese celebrations last for about 15 days starting from New Year’s Eve, with Family reunion being the most important part of this period.  The celebrations end with the Yuan Xiao festival, (Lantern festival) on the 15th day of the month, fourteen days after the Chinese New Year’s Day.

The Chinese New Year dates for this Century are:

2000 Feb 05 Dragon
2001 Jan 24 Snake
2002 Feb 12 Horse
2003 Feb 01 Sheep
2004 Jan 22 Monkey
2005 Feb 09 Rooster
2006 Jan 29 Dog
2007 Feb 18 Pig
2008 Feb 07 Rat
2009 Jan 26 Ox
2010 Feb 14 Tiger
2011 Feb 03 Rabbit
2012 Jan 23 Dragon
2013 Feb 10 Snake
2014 Jan 31 Horse
2015 Feb 18 Sheep
2016 Feb 08 Monkey
2017 Jan 28 Rooster
2018 Feb 15 Dog
2019 Feb 05 Pig
2020 Jan 25 Rat

 


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