Chinese New Year
The Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in China. The Chinese New Year is on the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar, so it is also called the Lunar New Year. And it is also referred to as the Spring Festival since it marks the beginning of the Spring term, which is the first term of the 24 terms on the lunar calendar.
Chinese New Year 2011 - Year of the Rabbit
Chinese New Year 2010 - Year of the Tiger
Chinese New Year 2009 - Year of the Ox
Chinese New Year 2008 - Year of the Rat
Chinese New Year Greeting
A list of Chinese greetings often used for Chinese new year and other occasions. Click here
Chinese Lucky Symbols
There are many traditional auspicious patterns or symbols in Chinese culture. The lucky patterns are widely used in Chinese New Year Pictures to express people's desires for a lucky and happy new year. Read more...
Chinese festivals, including Chinese New Year, Moon Festival, Lantern Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Qingming Festival and more.