Chinese New Year 2008 - Year of the Rat
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. More info about Chinese New Year here. The Chinese New Year for 2008 is on 2/7/2008 and it is the Year of the Rat.
One of the important things for the Chinese New Year is gift giving during the new year. The items we created here are highly personalizeable so they are more meaningful and unique as gifts for the Chinese New Year.
It’s time for permanent, personalized gifts and keepsakes. We have carefully created a small collection of pendants and tags here, on which you can have your images, words or names permanently captured, such as the Chinese character for Rat. Check them out...
Get Your Personal Stamp
Chinese stamps are unique in Chinese culture, which not only have practical functions, but also are works of art themselves and an indispensable part of Chinese painting, calligraphy or your artwork. Read more...
Personal Name or Words for Framing
We provide high-resolution images for your name or words, such as Gong Xi Fa Cai (Congratulations and be prosperous). You can just print the one you like, then frame it. They are also perfect for a digital frame. Read more...
Jr. Raglan with Chinese Characters
This is a new item we offer now. It looks great with a name in Chinese or Chinese characters for a word. We also have t-shirts, teddy bear, cap and ornament in Chinese. They are unique for the Chinese New Year. More info 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 New Year Greeting
A list of Chinese greetings often used for Chinese new year and other occasions. Click here