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It’s the Chinese New Year By: Cara Edenfield groupbygroup.wordpress.com
It’s the Chinese New Year! This is the most important of the Chinese holidays. It is a time to be with family and celebrate.
It’s the Chinese New Year! Each year is named after an animal. This year is the year of the snake.
It’s the Chinese New Year! This is a 15-day holiday which begins on the first day of a new moon and ends with the full moon on the day of the Lantern Festival.
It’s the Chinese New Year! Fireworks are lit during the 15 days of celebration.
It’s the Chinese New Year! People dress in red during this time. Red symbolizes fire, which can drive away bad luck.
It’s the Chinese New Year! It is a fun time for the Chinese culture.
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