Lunar New Year 2020

The Lunar New Year will arrive on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020 (1/25/2020), marking the beginning of the lunar calendar and the “Year of the Rat” in the Chinese zodiac cycle. So get ready to see some people wearing a lot of red, shooting off fireworks and honoring a certain type of rodent.

The annual festival, celebrated by millions of people around the world, is also known by other names, including the Chinese New Year, Spring Festival, Seollal and Tet Nguyen Dan. Regardless of the name, the Lunar New Year is one of the most important festivals for many people of Asian heritage.

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