When is Chinese New Year 2018 and which animal will it be?

Unlike our end of year festivities, which include a midnight countdown, Chinese New Year is a movable celebration - taking place on a different date each year. The New Year festival is centuries old and features several myths and customs. Chinese New Year is celebrated in countries around the world, and Liverpool - home to Europe's largest Chinese population - will see projections, music and lighting to tell the story of the city’s incredible Chinese cultural heritage as well as its ambitious future. Why does Chinese New Year fall on a different date each year? Chinese New Year is dependant on the lunar calendar - just like Easter and Pancake Tuesday. It can fall either any time between Janu

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