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    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
    • Enter the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017 Celebrations
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    Chinese New Year is celebrated at the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar.

    The Chinese New Year, also sometimes referred to as the Spring Festival, is an important Chinese festival observed to much fanfare at the turn of the Chinese traditional lunisolar calendar.

    In 2017, the first day of the Chinese New Year, the year of the Rooster, was celebrated on Saturday, January 28.

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