Chinese New Year 2023 Wishes, Greetings, Images, Messages, Quotes, Slogans, Photos, and Sayings
Chinese New Year also known as Lunar New Year, is a 15-day-long festival observed by the Chinese community or, say, in China every year. As per Chinese tradition, a new year begins with a new moon that falls somewhere between the 21st of January and the 20th of February. As per the western calendar, the celebration lasts till the full moon.
The festival is regarded as Lunar New Year. This is because the dates of the festival follow the different phases of the moon. People in china celebrate the Chinese New Year with full enthusiasm and are given days off during the festivities. The holiday is all about relaxing with friends and family and is considered as Spring Festival, a word used to denote the Chinese New Year in general.
Celebrate this Chinese new year 2023 by wishing your loved ones using these best quotes, posters, slogans, images, messages, sayings, greetings, and wishes.
Best Chinese New Year 2023 Sayings, Wishes, Greetings, Slogans, Images, Posters, Messages, and Quotes
Wishing you wealth and prosperity in Chinese, or Gong Hei Fa Choi (Happy New Year in Cantonese)
May wealth come pouring in, Happy new year 2023!
May you have abundance every year, Happy new year 2023!
May all your wishes come true, Happy Chinese New Year 2023!
May everything go as you wish, Happy Chinese New Year 2023!
History Behind the Celebration
According to ancient Chinese legends, thousands of years ago, there lived a monster named Nian (“Year”) and he would attack the village at the beginning of every year. Although the monster was scared of bright lights, loud noises, and red color, these things helped the monster to keep it at bay. The festival is about bringing the new year with luck, happiness, and prosperity with firecrackers, red decorations, and clothes. Young adults are offered money in red envelopes.
Additionally, it is also a time to feast on delicious food with friends and family. In some parts, people also honor their ancestors and relatives who recently passed away. Houses are cleaned, and old items are thrown as they are believed to bring bad luck. Few like to enjoy special food and drinks with loved ones.
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