Celebrate the year of the Ox as the Chinese New Year is upon us. Here's how to wish someone a "Happy New Year" 🎊
This marks the start of the Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, It is Asia’s largest 🎉 celebration. I am surrounded by Ox. but my favorite one is Yirong. 新年快乐
During normal times, the world’s largest human migration would take place as hundreds of millions of people make their way to feast with the family in China. Things will undoubtedly look different this year, because of the ongoing pandemic. Nonetheless, the holiday will still be celebrated in the world’s most populous nation and by millions of people of Chinese descent all over the world.
This centuries-old festival was born out of the myth of Nian also the Chinese word for “year” a beast that would appear every New Year’s Eve and attack villagers. Legend has it that to scare away the beast, the villagers would put up red banners and make lots of noise by exploding firecrackers and banging drums.
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This annual Spring Festival is here again，We will celebrate it in the traditional Chinese way，We also want to thank all our friends who like Chinese New Year💕💕💕💕 and the many odes in our lives. “Xīnnián kuàilè” (新年快乐) means ’Happy New Year’. “Xīnnián kuàilè” is a great way to say it!