By end of January, it is the time to welcome Chinese New Year 2014. The Lunar New Year is the biggest and the most significant celebration in China being observed worldwide by the Chinese. Chinese New Year commences at the end of January or the beginning of February. This year it starts on Jan. 31 marking the first day of the first lunar month. It is the 4712 year according to the Chinese calendar. Chinese New Year is one of the longest celebrations as it is carried out for 15 days. It begins with the first new moon of the Lunar New Year and ends on the full moon day.Celebrations are marked with parades, dinners, reunions, exchange gifts, food festivals, lion dances, dragons and more. People follow year-old traditions during the two-week celebrations and hold reunion dinners. This year, as usual, we will be celebrating Chinese Lunar New Year at our 23 Grange Road location.
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