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About Chinese Spring Festival
Chinese Spring Festival is the most important holiday and sometimes known as Lunar New Year. The festival begins on the first day of the first month in the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th; this day is called Lantern Festival. It is a national holiday together with Christmas and Dewali. It is the important celebration for Chinese people. This festival had no name or fixed date but people called Spring Festival "the age". People carry out a lot of activities all over the country to welcome the Spring Festival. They greet each other "Happy Spring Festival" and invite guests to drink tea and chat at their home. Spring Festival celebration is changing along with the standard of living. No knife or scissors are used on the day of the festival, red is the main color of the day symbolizes happiness.
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