Chunjie


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Chunjie

(ˈtʃʊnˌdʒiːə)
n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) an annual Chinese festival marking the (lunar) Chinese New Year. It can last over three days and includes the exchange of gifts, firework displays, and dancing. Also called: Spring Festival Former name: Yuandan
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In China, you'll hear it being called 'chunjie', or the Spring Festival, as the holiday marks the end of the coldest days.
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