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Wow! Learn about Chinese New Year in this video for kids! Also called the Lunar New Year and the Spring Festival, this fascinating holiday is based on the Chinese Calendar.

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Chinese New Year for Kids

Chinese New Year for Kids

Wow! Learn about Chinese New Year in this video for kids! Also called the Lunar New Year and the Spring Festival, this fascinating holiday is based on the Chinese Calendar.

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40 Comments

  1. Kawaiiy The pastel emo

    My creator born 2001 that means she born the 🐍

  2. Karmyne Shirkey-Hoon

    cool

  3. MEREDITH and PACO

    I find the Chinese new year traditions so unbelievable interesting and intriguing. From the giving of the red envelopes to the cleansing and cleaning of the homes, there is a purpose for everything!! One of the things on my bucket list to to be in China during this time so that Meredith and I can experience first hand what it is like to go through the lunar new year!! I myself was born on the year of the monkey 🙂 awesome vid!

  4. Pamela Taylor

    WAY COOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL

  5. Lyn Pachi.

    I’ve been trying to learn, but it’s so hard. I made a cover of Gong Xi Gong Xi and if anyone could give me some constructive criticism it would be super appreciated! Thank you 🙂

  6. Adrian Tullos

    Hi, my name is Adrian from Texas, I am 7, and I love your videos , thank you so much!

  7. SUPER MUM

    This new year should be “Lunar New Year 農曆新年” as it is also applied in Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan and Mongolia….etc. So Chinese people and we Asians have never said “Chinese New Year” but “Lunar New Year 農曆新年” always.

    • Homeschool Pop

      Thank you so much for that clarification!

    • Roger Whittemore

      Agreed. The video and titles need to be revised to reflect “Lunar” rather than “Chinese.”

    • it’s Chinese new year, we have always said that,Lunar calendar is also Chinese

  8. Starbucks Queen

    I’m 2006 the year of the Dog!

  9. MoMoPlaysMinecraft 5575

    I’m only celebrating Chinese New Year next year because I was born in 2007, the year of the fire pig, and 2019 is the year of the Earth pig. I’m watching this for research to celebrate it.

  10. Lauren Breslin

    Thanks for sharing! We are basing our Classical Conversations presentation this week on your video!

  11. Jackson Hughes

    year of the ding bat, baby!

  12. Lauren Breslin

    Our favorite fact was that the Gregorian calendar is based on the sun and the Chinese calendar is Lunarsolar. So interesting! Thanks!

  13. xiaoyan Tang

    I know that Chinese lunar calendar is very useful for farmer…cause I live in a Chinese village

  14. 中国人感到很开心。(I am so happy becausof am Chinese)

  15. Weiqing Chen

    Very nice video ! February 5 is the Chinese New Year, may I play this video for the children in my class! Waiting for reply, Thank you!

  16. Brenda Maromo

    I’m 2011 year of the rabbit

  17. 杜金元

    I was born in 1971,and I am a pig 🐷 .I am Chinese,I love pig😁

  18. Charlie Chan

    Chinese calendar is very accurate. It can accurately calculate the full rotations of the Earth around the sun.

  19. • ZodiacAnimations •

    my teacher made me watch this.

    ill admit its cool.

    我是三亥中国人一亥美国

    im 3/4 chinese 1/4 american its great

  20. Smith Trinh

    my favorite fact is to buy a new lantern and wish for a better new year

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