Chinese Lunar New Year is a Chinese festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the Chinese calendar. The festival is usually called the Spring Festival in mainland China and is one of the many New Year's festivals in Asia.

The customary observation takes place from the evening before the first day of the year to the Lantern Festival which is held on the 15th day of the year. The first day of Chinese New Year begins on the new moon, which appears between January 21 and February 20. In 2020, the first day of the Chinese New Year, is Saturday, January 25, the beginning of the mouse year.

According to Wikipedia, Chinese New Year is a major holiday in China and Taiwan, and strongly influenced the Chinese New Year tradition of its neighbors. Korean New Year, Tet, Vietnam, and Losar of Tibet. It is celebrated worldwide in regions and countries with significant Chinese or Sinophone populations abroad, including Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, the Philippines and Mauritius, as well as in North America and Europe.

Chinese New Year is associated with a number of myths and customs. This is the time to honor the deity, as well as to the ancestors. In China, local customs and customs related to New Year celebrations vary greatly, and the evening before Chinese New Year is regarded as an opportunity for Chinese families to gather for an annual reunion dinner. It is also customary for each family to clean their home thoroughly to clear away any bad luck and find a way for good luck to come.

Another custom is to decorate the windows and doors by cutting a piece of red paper and two adjacent sentences and having the same end. The most popular of the two consecutive cut-and-paste topics, with the same endings, include luck, happiness, happiness, and longevity. Other activities include flashing lights and giving money in red paper envelopes, or so-called amps. For the northern region of China, dumplings are featured prominently in celebratory food. It is usually served as the first meal of the year, either at midnight or on the first breakfast. Update: October