The Chinese New Year is sometimes called the Spring Festival. The date is determined by the Chinese calendar and will fall in January or February.
Chinese New Year
Relates the history behind the Chinese New Year, explains the twelve signs of the Chinese Zodiac, and allows visitors to send Chinese New Year e-cards.
Chinese New Year by John Kjar
Lesson plan to teach students about the Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year by Natalie Walker
Lesson plan for teachers of grades 2 - 3. Developed as a student project at Utah State University.
Chinese New Year Index
A list of articles about Chinese New Year, including the origin, activities, red packets, Lantern Festival, and animal signs.
MythingLinks: Lunar New Year 2000-2001
Features a series of annotated links to Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, and Japanese New Year customs, folklore, and beliefs.
When is Chinese New Year?
Provides the date for each year between 1645 and 2644, along with the corresponding animal.
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