Chinese New Year

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  • Chinese New Year Essay

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    Chinese New Year Chinese New Year in Malaysia lasts for 15 days, and is normally during January to February that varies from year to year. Normally, just like any other festivals, preparations are normally the starters of Chinese New Year. First, the families will clean their home thoroughly. This is not only to welcome the guests to come during Chinese New Year, but also the Chinese’s belief that this can ‘sweep away the misfortune’ from one’s family, prepared for good luck to enter the house

  • The Chinese New Year Essay

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    Chinese New Year is the most widely celebrated tradition in Asia. The tradition is usually celebrated on the first day of the first month on the Chinese Lunar calendar. This tradition is rooted in centuries-old customs and is one of the most popular public holidays in China. Apart from China, this tradition is also celebrated in many Asian countries like Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan. There are many values and rituals tied with this tradition. For example, people would wear

  • The Chinese Spring Festival Of The Chinese New Year

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    Chinese New Year is a spring festival which usually lasts about 15- 23 days and it is known as the biggest celebration in China. Using the Chinese Calendar, Chinese New Year starts on the 23rd day of the 12th Lunar Month and ends the 15th day of the 1st lunar month. This is because it is the start of the New Moon. Even though it lasts 15 to 23 days, the Chinese just get the first 3 days off and make up for it by working two weekends prior to the holiday. People get so excited for Chinese New Year

  • Chinese New Year Celebration Festival

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    Introduction Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, one of the most considerable festival for Chinese which gains significance and centuries old. It is rooted in religious and cultural elements which dating back thousands of years. And is now becomes a week-long celebration festival for every Chinese. It was first a legend born out of myth and fear which the monster called Nian was trying to kill and attack villagers, years later villagers have found ways to scare the beast away

  • Informative Speech On Chinese New Year

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    Chinese New Year General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience the meaning behind the Chinese New Year animals and there meaning Central Idea: Today I will be telling you what the animals mean to the people, what to do to prepare for the new year, and what you do on the days of the new year. Introduction I) Have you even eaten at a Chinese restaurant and see twelve animals either on your place mat or on a poster on the wall? A) This is because the Chinese use this twelve-animal

  • The Ancient Legend Of The Chinese New Year

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    origins of Chinese New Year are rooted in legend. The ancient legend of this holiday says that thousands of years ago, an evil monster named Nian, roughly translated as "year", would come and kill villagers, their children, and destroy the village (Chinese New Year). One year an old man came to the town and he set up red papers and firecrackers in an attempt to get revenge on the Nian, his actions scared the Nian away and spared the town from destruction. From this encounter, the Chinese learned that

  • Personal Note On Chinese New Year

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    China celebrating Chinese Lunar New Year with my parents for the first time in 5 years. Fireworks outside the window were so loud that I could feel the floor was shaking. My parents and I were sitting on the couch and stared at the TV screen. No one was talking. This Chinese New Year was different from what it was like when I was a kid. When I was still in Elementary school, I looked forward to Chinese New Year the most. There were so many cool things about Chinese New Year. My parents would

  • Chin Chinese New Year

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    Elyeth Buchanan Music 009 Dr. Howard 2/23/16 Chinese New Year The Chinese New Year, or the “Lunar New Year” as it’s called on other Asia countries, is a very important celebration in China. The Chinese New Year is the fifteenth day of the lunisolar calendar; this calendar method is based on the moons orbiting around the earth, while our calendar is based on the earth orbiting around the sun. The Lunar New Year falls on the first new moon between January twenty first and February twentieth . It

  • Essay about Celebrating Chinese New Year in America

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    backgrounds. These people differ in many ways. Do you know Chinese in all over the world have something in common? It is the Chinese New Year! Chinese New Year is the most important festival in Chinese culture and it is celebrated once every year. They do not have a specify date for Chinese New Year because the date is set by traditional calendar that was invented in China long time ago. A day before Chinese New Year or known as Chinese New Year eve, family members who is working out of state will go

  • Chinese New Year Is One Of The Most Important Holidays

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    Chinese New Year is one of the most important holidays in China. Chinese New Year is one of the most important because it helps bring the family together. Chinese New Year is more different than any other New Year because it has a more traditional celebration, and lands on a different day, unlike the regular New Year. Chinese New Year helps bring the Chinese culture together to help make bonds with people that they have not seen in a long time. The Chinese rely a lot on the Chinese calendar to

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