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Festival News
International Friends Enchanted by Changsha Fir...

A spectacular fireworks show lit up the sky over Orange Isle in Changsha on February 19, which was also the very day of Lantern Festival.

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Chinese New Year
2019-the Year of the Pig

Chinese New Year, also known as the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival, boasting a history of more than 4,000 years, is the grandest and the most important festival for Chinese people. Normally, the public starts celebrating it from the New Year’s Eve (the last day of the 12th month on Chinese lunar calendar) till the Lantern Festival (the 4th day of the 1st lunar month)......

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Holiday Tips
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28 Modern Chinese Painting Masters’ Works on Display

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Things You Should Know about Chinese New Year Festival

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Tips on Your Chinese New Year Travel

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Customs and Practices in Hunan
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Customs and Practices in Different Regions of Hunan

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A Practical Day-by-Day Guide to Chinese New Year

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The Miao's New Year

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The Hunan Government Website www.enghunan.gov.cn sincerely wishes all of you a prosperous Year of the Pig and a safe and happy Chinese New Year!