The Charger Bulletin

Chinese New Year Takes to the Stage

Patricia Oprea

February 12, 2014

In the U.S., the New Year is always celebrated on Jan. 1, but this is not the case in other countries. In China, the new year began Jan. 31, and it marks the start of the year 4712. The Chinese New Year is a fifteen-day celebration, changing yearly based on the lunar calendar. Suitably for the UNH Charg...

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Chinese New Year Takes to the Stage