Chinese New Year 2022

Chinese New Year 2022

When is Chinese New Year 2022? — February 1

Tuesday, February 1st 2022 – Chinese New Year Celebrations Also called The Festival of Spring, in China begin with the 23rd day of twelve lunar months of the Chinese calendar. The celebration lasts approximately 23 days, and it ends at the end of first lunar month following the year according to the Chinese calendar. The customary Chinese Lunar New Year activities began at least three weeks prior to Chinese New Year’s Eve. The old-fashioned (mostly rural) people begin cleaning their homes from 23rd of the twelfth lunar month (January 25th 2022).

Chinese New Year Animal Signs in 2022

Every year on the Chinese calendar is represented by one of the twelve animals of the Chinese Zodiac. 2022 is an year for the Tiger. The rat is considered to be gentle and kind. They are also stubborn and a conservative character in China. The Ox is the second among the twelve animal significations of the Chinese zodiac.

The zodiac also moves through the five elements that are inanimate, including wood, earth, fire, metal water, and earth. So 2022 is The Year of the Tiger. The red banners with poetry on them were originally an amulet-like item however now it symbolizes joy and good fortune. miscellaneous Chinese New Year 2022 symbols express different meanings. For instance, an image of a fish represents “having more than one needs every year”.

A firecracker is a symbol of “good luck in the coming year”. The festival lanterns represent “pursuing the bright and the beautiful”.

 

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What Do People Do? – Chinese New Year

Many people tidy their homes in preparation for their homes to Spring Festival. They display red posters with poetry on them to the doors of their homes, Chinese New Year 2022 pictures on their walls, and also decorate their houses using red lights. It’s also the time to spend time with family members, so many visit their family members during this time of year.

On the evening of Spring Festival Eve, many people will light fireworks and firecrackers in hopes to ward off negative luck and bring luck. Children often receive “luck” money. People often wear fashionable clothes, and then send Chinese New Year greetings to one another. Many activities, like beating gongs and drums along with dancing with dragons and lions make up the Spring Festival festivities.

The Spring Festival is a national holiday in China all Schools, government offices universities, and many businesses are closed beginning on Spring Festival Eve to the seventh day of the lunar month on the Chinese calendar. However, certain businesses like banks typically schedule employees working shifts. Public transport is accessible in that Chinese New Year holiday.

According to documents from the past that date back to the day Shun, one of China’s mythological emperors came to the throne around 4000 years in the past, he ordered his ministers in worship of the heavens and the earth. Since then, that day was believed to be the beginning of the lunar month that was first observed in the Chinese calendar. This is the primary reason of Chinese New Year.

China has adopted its Gregorian calendar as of 1911. As a result, Chinese New Year 2022 was renamed the Spring Festival.

How Long is the Chinese New Year Holiday?

  • The public holiday in China for Lunar New Year is Seven days, starting from Chinese New Year’s Eve through six days of lunar calendar’s new year.
  • Banks, offices and factories, shops and a lot of other services will be closed for the duration of a week-long holiday. Retail outlets and hotels are open and might be more crowded than normal!
  • School holidays run for four weeks long and the migrant workers leave their factories and construction jobs for several weeks before returning to their homes.
  • The holidays in Hong Kong, Macao, and other Asian countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam and Korea can last from 1-3 days only.

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