When Did Chinese New Year 2013?

Chinese New Year for the year 2013 is celebrated/ observed on Sunday, February 10th. Chinese New Year is the first day of the New Year in the Chinese lunisolar calendar (Chinese traditional calendar). It is also known as the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival.

What is the Chinese New Year in February?

Chinese New Year is also known as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival. Chinese New Year 2022, which fell on February 1st, has passed, but the Tiger year will last till January 21st, 2023.

What Chinese month is February?

Chinese Lunar New Year – Calendar and Zodiac Animals

If you were born on or between these dates you are: Zodiac Animal and Characteristic
2021 February 12 2022 January 31 Ox
2020 January 25 2021 February 11 Rat
2019 February 5 2020 January 24 Pig
2018 February 16 2019 February 4 Dog

Why is the Chinese New Year in February?

People will eat lots of food, enjoy fireworks, wear special clothes and hang red lanterns to mark the occasion. This year the celebration will begin on 1 February. The reason the new year falls at this time is because it marks the start of the lunar new year, which is when there is the start of a new moon.

What is my Chinese animal 2013?

Year of the Snake
The Year of the Snake begins on February 10, 2013 and will last until January 30th, 2014. As we phase out of the fifth sign of the zodiac, the Dragon, and enter the Year of the Snake, there are some things you may like to know about what lies ahead.

What does chunyun mean?

Chunyun (traditional Chinese: 春運; simplified Chinese: 春运; pinyin: Chūnyùn; literally translated as “Spring transportation”), also referred to as the Spring Festival travel rush or the Chunyun period, is a period of travel in China with extremely high traffic load around the time of the Chinese New Year.