Chinese New Year Festivities: The 15-Day Celebration


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Chinese New Year Festivities. The 15-Day Celebration of Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year Festivities.

Chinese New Year is the most important festival for the Chinese.

The Eve and the first 15 days of the New Year are the most important.

It is believed that both your attitude and behaviour throughout the 15 days will have a strong impact on how your year will turn out.

Each of the 15 days has strong affinity with particular animal signs.

That means that each day has the potential to be very auspicious for one or more signs.

You can click on every day below to read the rituals and practices that Chinese use to welcome the new year.

Eve of Chinese New Year (4th February 2019)
Chinese New Year (5th February 2019)

First day, zhengyue 1, ’Birthday of Chicken’

2nd day of Chinese New Year (6th February 2019)

Second day, zhengyue 2, ‘Birthday of Dog’

3rd day of Chinese New Year (7th February 2019)

Third day, zhengyue 3, ‘Birthday of Pig’

4th day of Chinese New Year (8th February 2019)

Fourth Day, zhengyue 4, ‘Birthday of Sheep’

5th day of Chinese New Year (9th February 2019)

Fifth day, zhengyue 5, ‘Birthday of Ox, Cattle’

6th day of Chinese New Year (10th February 2019)

SIx day, zhengyue 6, ‘Birthday of Horse’

7th day of Chinese New Year (11th February 2019)

Seventh day, zhengyue 7, ‘Birthday of Men’

8th day of Chinese New Year (12th February 2019)
9th day of Chinese New Year (13th February 2019)
10th day of Chinese New Year (14th February 2019)
11th day of Chinese New Year (15th February 2019)
12th day of Chinese New Year (16th February 2019)
13th day of Chinese New Year (17th February 2019)
14th day of Chinese New Year (18th February 2019)
Chap Goh Meh – Last day of Chinese New Year (19th February 2019)
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