About Chinese New Year Celebration
The Spring Festival, also known as Chinese New Year, is the most important traditional festival in China. It begins on the First Day of the first lunar month. In 2013, Chinese New Year begins on February 9th and ends on the 15th.
Spring Festival is a very important occasion for the Chinese people, and it is a time for families to be together like Christmas. So no matter how far away people are, they will try their best to go home and spend the festival with their families. So the biggest human transportation in the world occured every year in China.
Chinese New Year Celebration is the most important celebration of the year. Chinese people may celebrate the Chinese New Year in slightly different ways but their wishes are almost the same; they want their family members and friends to be healthy and lucky during next year.
Chinese New Year Celebration usually lasts for 15 days. Celebratory activities include Chinese New Feast, firecrackers, giving lucky money to children, the New Year bell ringing and Chinese New Year Greetings. Most of Chinese people will stop the celebrating in their home on the 7th day of New Year because the national holiday usually ends around that day.