January 15, 2017
🎉 Chinese New Year 2018 celebrations and Spring festival start on Friday 16 February 2018. The Chinese or Lunar New Year 2018 begins officially on February 16, 2018 and ends on February 4, 2019
What is the Chinese New Year 2018 animal? The Chinese New Year 2018 animal-sign is the Dog.
With the ending of the Year of the Fire Rooster 2017 comes the Chinese New Year 2018 of the Earth Dog. The Dog is the animal of the zodiac this year whose energy is going to be prevalent during 2017, along with Earth, the element of the year.
February 16, 2018 is the first day of the Chinese calendar for this year, as well as the first day of the Month of the Wood Tiger, as well as the end of the Year of the Fire Rooster and the end of the Month of the Water Ox.
Chinese New Year 2018, from Hong Kong to Paris, from Singapore to Malaysia, from Toronto to New York, marks the beginning of the Spring Festival and the beginning of the Year of the Earth Dog. Needless to say that it's the most important day of the year and the start of specific holidays in many Asian countries.
Every year, the Chinese New Year day is an opportunity for all to share their joy with family and friends on this festive occasion, which is punctuated by celebrations, concerts, parades and parties throughout the weekend and the following days, starting Friday 16th February 2018.
Below you will find out about the Holiday and Festival dates for Chinese New Year 2018 in several countries in Asia, are well as the official Chinese New Year date from 2017 until 2030 and their corresponding animal.
Read KarmaWeather's main 2018 Chinese horoscope for the year, with specific predictions for each of the 12 zodiac signs of the Chinese calendar, followed by a detailed 2018 New Year horoscope for the Rat, the Ox, the Tiger, the Rabbit (Hare, Cat), the Dragon, the Snake, the Horse, the Goat (Sheep), the Monkey, the Rooster (Chicken), the Dog and the Pig (Boar).
HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR 2018!
Holiday dates for Chinese New Year 2018
Official holidays for Chinese Lunar Year 2018 in mainland China lasts 7 days: from February 15, 2018 until February 21, 2017
National 2018 Chinese New Year Holiday in Hong Kong lasts 3 days: from February 16, 2018 until February 19, 2018
Public Holiday for Chinese New Year 2018 in Singapore lasts 2 days: from February 16, 2018 until February 17, 2018
National Holiday for Vietnamese New Year 2018 in Vietnam lasts 6 days: from February 15, 2018 until February 20, 2018
Thai Lunar New Year's day 2018 in Thailand lasts 3 days: from February 16, 2018 until February 18, 2018
Public holiday for Lunar New Year 2018 in Taiwan lasts 6 days: from February 15, 2018 until February 20, 2018
National Holiday for Chinese New Year 2018 in Malaysia lasts 2 days: from February 16, 2018 until February 17, 2018
Special non-working Holiday for Chinese New Year 2018 in Philippines lasts 1 day: February 16, 2018
Official dates of Chinese New Year day and animal-sign from 2017 until 2030
Chinese New Year 2017, Year of the Rooster: January 28, 2017
Chinese New Year 2018, Year of the Dog: February 16, 2018
Chinese New Year 2019, Year of the Pig: February 5, 2019
Chinese New Year 2020, Year of the Rat: January 25, 2020
Chinese New Year 2021, Year of the Ox: February 12, 2021
Chinese New Year 2022, Year of the Tiger: February 1, 2022
Chinese New Year 2023, Year of the Rabbit: January 22, 2023
Chinese New Year 2024, Year of the Dragon: February 10, 2024
Chinese New Year 2025, Year of the Snake: January 29, 2025
Chinese New Year 2026, Year of the Horse: February 17, 2026
Chinese New Year 2027, Year of the Goat: February 6, 2027
Chinese New Year 2028, Year of the Monkey: January 26, 2028
Chinese New Year 2029, Year of the Rooster: February 13, 2029
Chinese New Year 2030, Year of the Dog: February 3, 2030
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