Chinese/Lunar New Year

Yesterday, in my class, I got to know about Chinese New Year. In 2021, it is celebrated on February 12th. It is popularly called the Chinese New Year but many other cultures celebrate it too so it is referred to as the Lunar New Year as well.

I would like to wish a very happy and prosperous New Year to all kids and their families who celebrate this.

From the little that I understood, this festival is celebrated over a number of days, till the Lantern Festival. Below is my plan to learn more about it in the next few days.

I want to reach out to my classmates who celebrate the Chinese/Lunar New year, first wish them a great year and then tell them that I would like to learn about the significance and how they celebrate it. I am sure they would be very happy to share.

Do you have friends/classmates who celebrate the Lunar New Year? Reach out to them to wish them and see what you can learn about this celebration.
And to all kids who celebrate this with your families, we would also love to hear from you about what you enjoy the most on this day. Email us at or.kidgovernor@gmail.com or post a comment here.

I cannot wait to share with all of you what I learn, over the next couple of weeks. Please keep checking this space for more updates!!

Happy Lunar New Year everyone
Gong Xi Fa Cai (Wishing you a Prosperity)

-Taneesh

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