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Feb 10, 2022

[Answer] 1. Another variable-date holiday that generally falls in February is the Nian festival celebrated in China. How do we generally refer to this festival in English?

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...1. Day of the Dead 2. Day of Atonement 3. (Lunar) New Year 4. Independence Day In China, New Year's Day was traditionally called Yuandan, meaning "first sunrise". In 1913 the new Republic of China designated the holiday "Chunjie" or "Spring Festival". Taiwan and the People's Republic of China have continued to use this official name for the holiday. This is a great 15-day festival, the longest and most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. The Chinese eat foods they consider lucky, such as noodles for long life and spring rolls for wealth. Fireworks are set off, streets and homes are decorated with flowers, and gifts are exchanged. Many other countries, including South Korea, Vietnam, and Japan, follow the Chinese lunisolar calendar, and so they also celebrate a Lunar New Year that falls around the same time as the Chinese New Year.




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(Lunar) New Year:


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