Why doesn’t Chinese New Year 2014 fall on New Year’s Day? (+video) – Christian Science Monitor


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Why doesn't Chinese New Year 2014 fall on New Year's Day? (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Weekly Digital Edition. Not only do the New Year celebrations not match up this year, they never will: Chinese custom dictates that the winter solstice falls in the 11th month, so the lunar new year begins on the second new moon after that, falling
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Why doesn’t Chinese New Year 2014 fall on New Year’s Day? (+video) – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

Why doesn't Chinese New Year 2014 fall on New Year's Day? (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Not only do the New Year celebrations not match up this year, they never will: Chinese custom dictates that the winter solstice falls in the 11th month, so the lunar new year begins on the second new moon after that, falling between Jan. 21 and Feb. 20
Why doesn't Chinese New Year 2014 fall on New Year's Day?Alaska Dispatch

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