Chinese New Year 2

This post, the second I have created about the Chinese New Year, provides a collection of links to arts and crafts, stories, etc., suitable for primary-aged children. Unlike here in the UK – where New Year’s Day always falls on January 1st – China’s...

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year starts on Tuesday the 1st of  February 2022 and the celebrations will be taking place between the 31st of January and the 6th of February. 2022 is the Year of the Tiger.  Chinese New Year started as a spring festival where, when planting the seeds,...

Chinese New Year – 25 January 2020

“Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is the main Chinese festival of the year. As the Chinese use the lunar calendar for their festivals the date of Chinese New Year changes from year to year. The date corresponds to the new moon (black moon) in...