What Chinese year is it'Referring to date'?
According to Solar Calendar, it is 2010 for the Chinese too, but according to Lunar Calendar, it is still 2009 for the Chinese. Until after Chinese Spring Festival, it enters the year 2010 on the Lunar Calendar formally. It is also called the "Tiger" year from生肖(shēnɡxiāo) the zodiac year.
The date of the Chinese New Year in 1997 is February 7th.
The Chinese New Year is the date of the second new moon after the December solstice.
The Chinese new year is on a different date every year because it is based on the Chinese calendar, known as the lunisolar calendar. Typically date systems are usually based upon the Gregorian calendar.
The United States calander date for the Chinese New Year falls on a different date every year. The Chinese New Year will be on Friday January 31, 2014 next year.
February 14, 2010 was the date of Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year in 2013 is on January 1,13
Chinese New Year in 1969 fell on February 16.
Chinese New Year, 1953 fell on February 14.
Chinese New Year will be celebrated on February 14th 2010.
The Chinese New Year fell on January 28th in 1979. It was the year of the sheep.
The Chinese New Year, Date: February 14, 2010 is Chinese New Year
First day of the Chinese New Year in 2009 is on Jan 26th. It will be the year of the ox.
In 2009 Chinese New Year falls on Monday 26th January
The next Chinese New Year is celebrated on February 19, 2015. The Chinese New Year is also known as the spring festival.
Every year there is a certain day to celebrate Chinese New Year. In 2010 its celebrated on Feb.14th.
The date varies. This year it starts on January 26th.
February 25, 2013
Chinese New Year is set by the lunar calendar so there is no set date each year. It does however fall somewhere between the end of January to the middle of February each year.
Chinese new year is falls between January and late February, depending on the Lunar (moon) calender.
The Chinese use a lunar calendar instead of a solar calendar.
it depends on the year. the Chinese go by the moon for their calender. for 2011 it's going to be Feb. 3.
If you are referring to the Chinese Zodiac for the year 1999, 1999 is the year of the Rabbit from 16 Feb 1999 onwards. Before this date it is the Year of the Tiger.
The 8th of February.
The 21st of January.
This is never possible as people around the world celebrate Chinese New Year at the same time, however, it is a different date on every year. Think of it as would you celebrate new year on a different date in America and in Australia?
It all depends on the moon. The moon moves places which is why the date of the Chinese new year changes every year.
lunar calendar The Chinese Calendar, or The Lunar Calendar.
Because the date is taken for the Chinese lunar calendar, the actual date changes each year. In 2010 the first day of the New Year celebrations will be 14th February In 2011 it will be 3rd February.
Chinese New Year is a Lunar New Year and can fall on any date between January 21 and February 20 on the Gregorian calendar. There are 12 "animal names" given to the sequence of Chinese years. 2008 date - February 7 (Year of the Rat) 2009 date - January 26 (Year of the Ox) 2010 date - February 14 (Year of the Tiger) (Year names : Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey… Read More
Before converting English date into Chinese format, please make clear the Chinese translation of the following words. Translation 日期 [rì qī] - date 年 [nián] - year 月 [yuè] - month 日 [rì] - day Formats of Date English Date: Day/Month/Year or Month/Day/Year Chinese Date: 年/月/日 Example English Date: 9 December 2009 or 9/12/2009 Chinese Date: 2009年12月9日 or 二零零九年十二月九日
without the year, no one can tell you the Chinese calender date of your English calender date. it is just not a date-to-date "translation". the number of days in a month in Chinese calender can be very different from that to the English calender. therefore, 18th June in the different year of English calender will not be the same for the same year in the Chinese calender. however, u can easily find the date u… Read More
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February 17th. my bday!
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the ming calender
On February 14th 2010.
The 14th of February
It is between January and February 20th. There is no exact date.
That would be on February 3rd 2011. It will be the year of the Rabbit.
It is the new year based on the Chinese traditional calendar, like the new year we celebrate on 1st January every year, only on a different date.
Chinese New Year is not always on January 26, just this year it was. The date on which Chinese New year depends on the way the moon is. Because Chinese New year starts on the new moon of the first day of the New Year, then ends on the ful moon 15 days later.