Chinese New Year

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    Chinese New Year

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    Chinese New Year

    Chinese New Year's Eve in Meizhou, China

    Also called Lunar New Year, Spring Festival

    Observed by Mainly East Asian civilizations.

    Type Chinese, cultural, Buddhist

    Significance The first day of the Chinese calendar (lunar calendar)

    2006 date January 29

    2007 date February 18

    2008 date February 7

    Related to Lantern Festival, which concludes the celebration of the New Year

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    Chinese New Year (Simplified Chinese: 春节; Traditional Chinese: 春節; Pinyin: Chūnjié), or Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year (Simplified Chinese: 农历新年; Traditional Chinese: 農曆新年; Pinyin: Nónglì xīnnián), is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is an important holiday in East Asia. The festival proper begins on the first day of the first lunar month (Chinese: 正月; Pinyin: zhēng yuè) in the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th; this day is called the Lantern festival (Simplified Chinese: 元宵节; Traditional Chinese: 元宵節; Pinyin: yuánxiāojié).

    Chinese New Year's Eve is known as Chúxì (除夕). Chu literally means "change" and xi means "Eve".

    Celebrated in areas with large populations of ethnic Chinese, Chinese New Year is considered a major holiday for the Chinese and has had a strong influence on the new year celebrations of its neighbours. These include Koreans, Mongolians, Nepalese, Bhutanese, Vietnamese, and formerly the Japanese before 1873.

    In countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and other countries with significant Chinese populations, the Chinese New Year is also celebrated, largely by overseas Chinese, but it is not part of the traditional cultures of these countries. In Thailand, for example, the true New Year celebration of the ethnic Thais is Songkran, which is totally different and is celebrated in April.

    The period around Chinese New Year is also the time of the largest human migration, when migrant workers in China, as well as overseas Chinese around the world travel home to have reunion dinners with their families on Chinese New Year's eve. More interurban trips are taken in mainland China in this 40-day period than the total population of China.

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    春節

    春節時分的倫敦中國城

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    別稱 新年、農曆年、舊曆年

    慶祝人士 東亞、東南亞、其他世界各地華人

    類型 東亞傳統節日、華人傳統節日

    重要性 農曆一年之始

    2006年日期 1月29日

    2007年日期 2月18日

    2008年日期 2月7日

    慶祝活動 拜年、貼春聯、發紅包、燃放鞭炮、舞龍舞獅、家庭團聚

    相關節日 除夕

    春節,指農曆正月初一開始的節日,是東亞許多地區傳統上慶祝新的一年的節慶。並為中國大陸、澳門、香港、台灣、朝鮮、韓國、蒙古、越南、寮國、緬甸、柬埔寨、泰國、新加坡、馬來西亞及明治維新前的日本等地最重要的節慶之一。

    春節的傳統名稱為新年、大年,但口頭上多稱過年;古時春節曾專指節氣中的立春,農曆新年則稱為「元旦」,意即一年的頭一天。

    中國辛亥革命後,民國政府廢陰曆改以陽曆紀年,曾試圖禁止人民慶祝農曆新年,但因民間的堅持而未果。後在袁世凱主政期間,將1月1日定為新年元旦,以陰曆正月初一為「春節」,但老百姓照舊「過新年」,作家們照舊寫「過元旦」。「春節」一詞真正廣為流行還是在1949年之後。農曆新年現在也被稱為農曆新年、舊曆年。亞太地區中,日本陰曆天保暦在明治維新後明治6年(1873年)1月1日起停用,改用太陽曆計日,原來的陰曆便稱之為旧暦。人民的慶祝活動也只在西曆元日起的三天國定假日。不過在沖繩縣以及鹿兒島縣的奄美諸島等部份地區仍有旧正月的慶祝活動。同樣受中華文化影響的如韓國及越南,即使官方曆法改用了西曆,官方及民間仍然有農曆春節的慶祝活動。

    春節在越南語稱「Tết Nguyên Đán」(節元旦)、日語稱「旧正月」、韓語稱「설날」(即新年之意)。

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    2006年日期 1月29日

    2007年日期 2月18日

    2008年日期 2月7日

    慶祝活動 拜年、貼春聯、發紅包、燃放鞭炮、舞龍舞獅、家庭團聚

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