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The Chinese new year is absolutely and completely not lunar new year. because Chinese new year takes two ways of numbering the years, which number the years of lunar and solar respectively. If just use lunar calendar, then the lunar new year maybe appear any time to people who live in the north global. Why does someone call it lunar new year, the one reason is enough shortage about Chinese culture, the other is Chinese culture influenced some countries, and make them uncomfortable. So some people or countries put forward the lunar new year. I'd like to say time will prove everything no matter what you do! The picture accessory is a introduction of Chinese new year.
Feb 14, 2021 12:29 AM
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The Chinese New Year is absolutely not the Lunar New Year, because the Chinese New Year celebration uses two ways of numbering the years, numbering the lunar years, and numbering the solar years. If you just use the lunar calendar, then the Lunar New Year might appear at any time for people who live in the Northern Hemisphere. Why do some people call it Lunar New Year? One reason is a lack of knowledge about Chinese culture. The other is that Chinese culture has influenced some countries, and makes them uncomfortable. So some people or countries emphasize (or "highlight") the Lunar New Year. I'd like to say that time will prove everything no matter what you do! The attached picture is an introduction to the Chinese New Year.
Good job! I did not know this about the Chinese New Year, so thank you for writing this. The last sentence ("I'd like to say that time will prove everything...") is a little confusing to me - maybe you could explain it a little bit? But great job!
Feb 14, 2021 3:06 AM
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Chinese (Mandarin), English
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English