Chinese New Year marks the first day of the new year in the Chinese calendar. Also known as the Spring Festival or New Year Festival, it is celebrated for 15 days. The first day of the Chinese New Year 2022 falls on February 1st and marks the beginning of the Year of the Tiger. This is the longest and most important of all Chinese festivals.
– Good activities to do during this time of year include:
– Making offerings to household gods.
– Wear new clothes, especially red.
– Hosting a large banquet for family and friends.
– Choose good dates for specific activities
For good business luck in the coming year, it is important to choose a good day to reopen the office after the Chinese New Year break.
When you reopen your office or business premises, it’s good to make some noise with a lion dance. If you can, it is also auspicious when the lions roll into your office in buckets full of tangerines, Chinese coins and bars – as this symbolizes the rolling in of gold, wealth and prosperity and bodes good luck in the future year.
If you plan to travel during the 15 days of Chinese New Year, whether for vacation or for work, be sure to choose a good date. This, too, will affect your luck for the rest of the year. However, avoid traveling on days that “conflict” with your zodiac sign.
2ND DAY OF CHINESE NEW YEAR | WEDNESDAY
FEBRUARY 2, 2022 | CONFLICT DRAGON
3RD DAY OF CHINESE NEW YEAR | THURSDAY
FEBRUARY 3, 2022 | CONFLICT SNAKE
4TH DAY OF CHINESE NEW YEAR | FRIDAY
FEBRUARY 4, 2022 | CONFLICT HORSE
6TH DAY OF CHINESE NEW YEAR | SUNDAY
FEBRUARY 6, 2022 | CONFLICT MONKEY
8TH DAY OF CHINESE NEW YEAR | TUESDAY
8 FEBRUARY 2022 | CONFLICT DOG
15TH DAY OF CHINESE NEW YEAR | TUESDAY
15 FEBRUARY 2022 | CONFLICT SNAKE