Chinese New Year’s preparations are on the rise         

China's New Year will be celebrated on January 25, also known as the Year of the Mice

China’s New Year will be celebrated on January 25, also known as the Year of the Mice

Beijing … News Time

Taiwanese New Year’s celebration is about to begin in many countries of the world, including China. The events on this occasion will continue for about two weeks. On this occasion, the Chinese nation visits its homeland and holds annual feasts. According to details, the New Year’s celebrations, beginning in Lunar history in China, will begin on February 5. It usually starts sometime between January 21 and February 20. This year has been declared a year of pork according to ancient Chinese traditions.

Chinese people from all over the world organize fireworks and lights on the occasion, bells are ringing and traditional lions dance is also held. On this occasion, the Chinese do a thorough cleaning of their homes, believing that doing so does not make it unfortunate to find a place in their home. Chinese families also organize an annual feast on this occasion and visit their hometowns. Where once a year everyone sits together and renews their relationships. Children are given cash (Eid) as gifts at this important festival. Chinese children are now using the digital mobile app to accept gifts.

In addition to China, Thailand, Taiwan, and Japan also hold events in connection with the New Year’s arrival. Thailand’s tourism authorities are optimistic that China will see 37 million visitors this year more than 18% of Chinese tourists are expected to arrive in Thailand this year to attend the celebration. The Thailand Department of Tourism will earn over $ 2.5 billion on this occasion.

The Chinese attribute each year to an animal. This year has been declared a year of pigs. The Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival is considered the most important of the Taiwanese civilization festivals, therefore, people living outside China are also called Taiwanese New Year. The festival, which is celebrated in East Asian countries, begins on the first day of the first lunar month of the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th. While the festival is celebrated in China with traditional enthusiasm and ceremonies, Chinese people from outside China also celebrate the festival in their home countries. In addition, the effects of the festival and its related events also affect the traditional ceremonies of other neighboring countries of China, Thailand, Korea, Japan, Nepal, Bhutan, Vietnam, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia.

According to ancient Chinese traditions, the emperor named Jade, the oldest king and the source of all kinds of powers he ordered all the animals to race each other and named the 12 animals at the front of the race for 12 months of the year. And each new Chinese year is assigned to one of these animals. In ancient tradition the Jade Emperor is also considered the grandfather of the universe.

On the other hand, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres (António Guterres congratulates the arrival of Chinese New Year he also thanked China and its people for their cooperation with the United Nations. The UN Secretary General issued a video message to China yesterday in which he congratulated China in its native language. He said that this year is the 75th anniversary of the establishment of the United Nations and that it is the beginning of the United Nations’ Strong Development Goals. He emphasized that in this age of chaos and disagreement, we must work together to solve global challenges and for a better future. He thanked the Chinese and Chinese people for their cooperation with the United Nations and expressed good wishes for good health, happiness and success. China’s New Year will be celebrated on January 25, also known as the Year of the Mice.


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