Chinese New Year, also known as “Spring Festival”, marks the first day of the New Year on the Chinese lunar calendar. It is the most important traditional festival in China. It marks the end of winter and the beginning of Spring. It is a joyous and festive holiday.
Chinese New Year is a time for families and loved ones to reunite. Millions of people from all around the country come home to be with their families during that time. There are many activities and celebrations. People usually spend their time visiting relatives and friends, conveying blessings of good fortune for the year ahead and enjoying time with loved ones.
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