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About Chinese New Year Day 2
Consists of a period of celebrations, starting on New Year's Day, celebrated on the second day of the first month of the Chinese calendar, is usually on 27th January. The Chinese New Year is the most celebrated event by the Chinese. It is celebrated in the first 15 days of the Chinese lunar year. The first two days is a Public Holiday, and always fall between the 21st of January and 20th of February, i.e. start of spring. The people believed that loud noise and the color red, lighting fireworks and decorations. The preparation of celebrations starts week before the New Year. Decorate the house with banners, red lanterns, and Chinese calligraphic writings and paper/plastic fireworks. Particularly kids will buy new clothes to usher in the New Year. Family members near and far will return for the family reunion dinner. The dinner held the home of the most senior member of the family. On these days firecrackers are banned in Malaysia. The first day of the New Year is where people will visit family, relatives and friends. Married couples and the elderly will give unmarried people red packets, these packets contain money. The second day of the New Year is for married daughters to visit their parents.
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