Today, January 28th 2017, is the first day of Chinese New Year, known as the year of the Red Fire Rooster. Chinese New Year is one of the most important festivals held in many countries, including China, Taiwan, Nepal, Singapore, Indonesia, Mongolia, Philippine, Thailand and etc.
The antiquity of Chinese New Year festival dates back to 14th century B.C., when the Shang Dynasty was in power. Originally tied to the lunar-solar Chinese calendar, this festival also known as Spring Festival is time for family gatherings and wonderful symbolic festivals, like Lion dances, Dragon dances and giving red envelopes.
Uppersia team wishes all the best for all of our dear friends who are celebrating Chinese New year and hope that they have lots of fun during their holidays.
|Happy Chinese New Year.|