How do you celebrate the new year? In China, the new year celebrations are the biggest festival of the year. Watch this video about the recent Year of the Rabbit and learn all about it. 

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How do you celebrate the new year in your country?

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moona123 30 September, 2015 - 08:00

I always celebrated New Year night with my friends and this year i am again making a plan with them. It is always a quality time for me.

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shabnam999 25 May, 2014 - 08:53

I hope my friends and I can find our direction in life this year, because we are at such an age that we should be looking for some improvement or growth in our work, as well as love life.

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Jamson 19 May, 2014 - 16:40

In Vietnam, we call The lunar new year is "Tet". This is the greatest time in year for every Vietnamese. Vietnam and China are neighbour so we have the same activities in this festival. Especially, in Vietnam, we have "lucky money". On new year days, the elder give lucky money to the young in order to hope that it will bring lucky to both giver and receiver. :)

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nguyenthihongphuong 8 April, 2014 - 18:11

in my country , new year is traditional festival . we have ten days off for new year eve . in this time we prepare every thing such as new close for children, traditional food: sticky rice cake, "muc" ,..so on and clean our house becase people in my country belive that new year is the starting of new thing , new crop,..so every thing is cleaned before day which is called that tet holiday...

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leonguyen 30 January, 2014 - 10:24

In my country, now the Lunar New Year celebrations is in too. All the students like me have about 2 weeks off to enjoy the Tet's festival with our family. in these days, we have a lot of things to do in order to start a new year. I hope that all my friends here have a happy, lucky and healthy year! :)

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Lavender 12 June, 2013 - 09:44

In my country, we also celebrate the new year. But the Lunar New Year is the most important and the biggest festival. It falls in late January or the beginning of February. Students are allowed about 10 days off. On the first day of the year, parents and children go to grandparents' home to visit them. We also have a cosy dinner there with the whole family (including 3 even 4 generations). These are precious moments because everybody is so busy throughout the year. The most expeted thing for kids is to be given lucky money from parents and relatives :)

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MALINE 3 March, 2013 - 00:13

we celebrate with fire works, going to churh to thanks all the things we have and a tasty dinner with turkey,cakes,cookies,an cider.

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Ilda G 18 February, 2013 - 21:58

Our traditional food for new year is Turkey...
At the 00:00 we hunt fireworks and we spend a great time with our friends or family..

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Demy 5 February, 2013 - 08:51

It's amazing!!! I take this opportunity to congratulate all the Chinese and other people with the holiday!!!
I LOVE WORLD!!!So HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone!!!

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ellen 1 February, 2013 - 15:14

That's interesting ... Wow !!!
In azerbaijan we stay with our families when the time get24:00and hunt with fireplace

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