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Taiwan (Formosa)
2019-02-04
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The Chinese New Year is sometimes called the Lunar New Year because it is based on both the phases of the Moon and the Sun. The Lunar New Year is celebrated by many Asian countries, with only five nations typically sharing the same Lunar New Year Day as the Chinese populations of the world: Korea, Au Lac(Vietnam), Mongolia, Tibet,and Japan. In Chinese culture, the Spring Festival is the most anticipated event of the year because it is a time of great merriment and jubilant reunion with family and relatives.
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