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Chinese New Year

Happy New Year to all our students with Chinese Heritage. Tomorrow is the 1st of February and marks the Lunar New Year for 2022 - celebrated in China
31-January-22
Chinese New Year
Happy New Year to all our students with Chinese Heritage. Tomorrow is the 1st of February and marks the Lunar New Year for 2022 - celebrated in China and around the world. Each year is associated with one of the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac. 2022 is the Year of the Tiger. It is said that children born in the year ahead will be brave, competitive and strong. It is a time for family. People decorate their houses with red for good luck and children are given money in bright red envelopes. People exchange gifts, host grand feasts and get-togethers and mark their new year celebrations with a lot of fireworks, firecrackers, dancing dragons and lions. People clean their homes thoroughly to get rid of any bad luck left over from the old year. Chinese New Year is thought to date back to the Shang Dynasty in the 14th century B.C. Under Emperor Wu of Han (140–87 B.C.), the tradition of carrying out rituals on the first day of the Chinese calendar year began. Tomorrow to mark Chinese New Year some lucky students and staff will receive a bright red envelope which will hopefully bring them some luck!
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