Chinese new year or year of the dragon

Chinese new year is celebrated in China. As the name suggests is celebrated when there is a new lunar year starts and is like Christmas and isn't linked to any religion or and holiday near it.

they eat long noodles that represent long life and play cards after dinner then stand up at midnight. they serve duck, fish, pork, jiaozi and noodles. they celebrate the new year to "wake the dragons" and it's a major holiday but no other nations celebrate it.

Sing, Rachel, and Shao Wei Liu. Chinese New Year's Dragon. Cleveland: Modern Curriculum, 1992. Print.

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