Chinese Spring Festival, Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year is the most important traditional festival in China. The Chinese New Year 2011 falls on February 3, 2011, when we'll be ringing in the Year of the Rabbit. The Festival is as important as Christmas in Western culture. It is celebrated grandly and extensively across the country. People will pay a new year visit to relatives and friends. Various cultural activities and traditional performances are arranged in parks and streets.        Read More  >>

How to Celebrate the Festival?

* Do New Year house cleaning.
* Paste spring couplets.
* Set off fireworks.
* Enjoy family reunion dinner.
* Observe the year out on New Year’s Eve.
* Give money to children as a gift.
* Make special purchases for the festival.
* Show dragon dances, lion dances or yangko dances etc.
* Pay New Year visits to relatives and friends and wish one
  another happy new year.

Where to Spend the Most Traditional Spring Festival?

* Langzhong Ancient City
* Pingyao Ancient City

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