New Delhi [India], Feb 20 ( ANI ): With the world celebrating the biggest New Year celebration - Chinese New Year
, here are some important points to understand the so as to what exactly is this spring festival about:
We've had direct routes to China since 2014 and each year our Chinese New Year
celebrations get bigger and bigger.
The Chinese New Year
falls on a different date each year as it is based on the lunar calendar.
While the Chinese New Year
holiday starts today and traditionally lasts three days in Cambodia, celebrations start the day before, as families across Cambodia gather to honour their ancestors by hanging Chinese decorations in their homes and feasting on roast pigs and fruit.
Colmore Business Improvement District (BID) is co-sponsoring Chinese New Year
from Thursday until Sunday.
The Chinese new year
-- The Year of the Dog -- begins on Friday, February 16, and marks the end of the Year of the Rooster, one of 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac.
Chinese artists performing at the Chinese New Year
clebration opening ceremony Galleria mall, Al Maryah Isl Image Credit: Ahmed Kutty/Gulf News Janice Ponce de Leon, Staff Reporter
The Chinese New Year
is an important event for them, so it is but proper to give them the dispensation (from the obligation of fasting),' he said in an interview at the Archbishop's Residence in Cebu City.
However, the only time that the Yips as a family felt their Chinese heritage was during the celebrations for Chinese New Year
This year we are organising our first 15-day Chinese New Year
celebration fair, and are confident that the huge range of activities, entertainment and decoration will amaze our guests and keep them coming back for more.
Kick-starting the series of festivities this year is the International Chinese New Year
Night Parade, a world-renowned annual event that showcases local and international entertainers.
lu Farrugia noted that this art exhibition coincides with two very important occasions, the Happy Chinese New Year
and Valletta 2018 as the European Capital City for Culture.