- When Is the Chinese New Year? How to celebrate the 2018 . . .
The 2018 Chinese New Year celebration will end with the Spring Lantern Festival on March 2, 2018 Corresponding Chinese cultural celebrations happen across the world during the time of the Chinese New Year celebration
- The Year of the Dog: Chinese celebrate 2018 Lunar New Year . . .
According to the Chinese 12-animal zodiac system, 2018 is the Year of the Dog - succeeding the Year of the Rooster and preceding the Year of the Pig As the year ends with an eight, it's been considered an especially lucky year by the Chinese people
- Chinese New Year 2018: Pictures of Year of Dog . . .
The festival is centuries old, celebrating the new year according to Chinese calendar Each year is associated with a different animal, and 2018 is the Year of the Dog The dog is one of 12 animals associated with the Chinese New Year and is signifies loyalty
- Chinese Horoscope 2018 - Chinese New Year Of The Dog 2018
The Chinese New Year 2018 will start on February 16, 2018 – the second New Moon after the Solstice 2018 is the year of the of the Brown Earth Dog and those born under this sign tend to show great determination and could attain the highest level of achievement if they decide too
- Year of the Dog: When is Chinese New Year 2018 . . . - Quartz
When is Lunar New Year in 2018? The Lunar New Year will start on Feb 16 and last until early March In China, people get a week off (link in Chinese), though celebrations can last much longer than that What is the zodiac animal associated with 2018? According to the Chinese zodiac, Feb 16 will mark the start of the year of dog
- Chinese Horoscope 2018 - Year of the Dog (100% Accurate)
Day-by-Day 2018 Chinese New Year Celebration The Chinese New Year 2018 is very similar to the occidental New Year – full of traditions and rituals The Chinese New Year is celebrated in China, but also in Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippine and in other countries with a significant Chinese community
- Chinese New Year 2018 - Year of the Dog - Celebrations and . . .
Centered around a 3500-year-old lunar calendar, the Chinese zodiac is a wheel of time represented by 12 animals: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig
- Happy Chinese New Year 2018! How is the Year of the Dog . . .
Chinese women celebrating the New Year in Glasgow in 2016 Which animal represents 2018? 2018 is the Year of the Dog The Chinese zodiac moves in a 12-year cycle, and those born in 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, and 2018 are also known as Dogs