Chinese New Year is the most important festival for Chinese people all over the world, also known as the Spring Festival or lunar new year. However, in the Western calendar, the exact date of the Spring Festival changes every year. The Chinese New Year is between January and February.
In the Chinese calendar, there is an animal name every year. These animals are mouse, cow, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, chicken, dog and pig. According to Chinese legend, the first year of the competition was named after mice, and the winners of the other 11 years were named according to the order in which the animals arrived in the competition.
The clever mouse jumped on the back of the cow, and then on the head of the cow. The Chinese believe that people born in a particular year have some characteristics of this animal, namely, the Chinese mouse, ox, rabbit, ram and rooster, the legendary name of the animal, and the special features.
聪明的老鼠跳到牛背上，然后在最后跳到牛的头上先到。中国人认为，在特定年份出生的人具有这种动物的某些特征，即农历鼠牛兔子 公羊公鸡传说名称后 特殊特征 1。
Spring Festival in China's most important festival is the Spring Festival, also known as the Chinese New Year for Chinese people. For people in western countries, Spring Festival is as important as Christmas. The annual celebrations are usually held on January 1 of the lunar calendar, and the holidays vary from late January to early February.