Jan 28th–Feb 4th
Preparations for the new year begin on January 28th, 2019, and last until New Years Eve.
Chinese New Year officially begins on February 5th, 2019, and ends on February 19th.
Preparations begin the 16th, and the Lantern Festival is held on February 19th.
From the terrible monster Nian, to gods and superstitions, discover the origins of the Spring Festival.
Make sure your new year is filled with good fortune by avoiding these 10 new year taboos!
Not sure what to wear? Learn about historical and contemporary outfits for the Chinese New Year.
Discover the bright and colorful Spring Festival decorations, their origins, meanings and more.
Red pockets, or 红包 (hóng bāo), are small red envelopes filled with lucky money and given to children.
Shown once a year on new year's eve, CCTV's Gala is the signature variety show of the Spring Festival.