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The first day of the Chinese New Year falls on the new moon between January 21 and February 20.

2022 is the Year of the Tiger – specifically the Water Tiger – starting on February 1 and running to January 21, 2023.

About Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year celebrations can last for two weeks.

Headlines
Lunar New Year 2022 heralds the Year of the Tiger – EarthSky

Elsewhere on the Web
Chinese Zodiac

Older Features
Chinese New Year / Lunar New Year 2021 – EarthSky
How Lunar New Year traditions change through the generations
Lion dancers prepare for Chinese New Year celebrations in US capital
Chinese New Year in Las Vegas (2015)

China
qianxi.baidu.com
‘Heat map’ of Chinese New Year travel tells story of massive migration

Las Vegas, Nevada,
Las Vegas’ Chinatown Plaza, 4255 Spring Mountain Road, is home to one of the largest Chinese New Year celebrations
lvchinatownplaza.com
Lunar New Year has become a Las Vegas cultural staple

New York City, USA
Lunar New Year Parade and Festival

Manchester, England
chinesenewyearmcr.com@CNY_MCR

Photos
Chinese New Year London

Chinese New Year

Bingo
ChinaChinese New Year – Dragons – Earth Dog – Lanterns – Lions – Lunar Calendar – Red Envelope – Spring Festival

Wikipedia
Chinese New Year
Lunar New Year

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