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Chinese calendar

The Chinese calendar (which Chinese traditionally know as the “Yin calendar” or the “agricultural calendar”) is a lunisolar calendar and has properties of both the solar calendar and lunar calendar. The Chinese calendar is not exclusive to China, but is followed traditionally by many Asian countries, particularly the East Asian countries, for marking holidays and celebrating festivals, along with the official use of the Gregorian calendar. The Chinese calendar is as much popular in many East Asian cultures as in China. Though the Gregorian calendar (also known by them as the “Yang calendar” or “New calendar”) in these countries is used for all day-to-day official works and activities, all traditional holidays and festivals including Chinese New Year(the Spring Festival), Duan Wu festival, and Mid-Autumn festival, and most of the astrological calculations, are commonly made on the basis of Chinese calendar.

Chinese New Year, also prominently known as the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival, is the most important traditional holidays of China. The Chinese New Year generally falls somewhere in between the time period January 21 and February 19 every year on the Gregorian calendar. New Year celebrations begin on the very first day of the Chinese New Year, and last with the Lantern festival, on fifteenth day of the first month of the New Year.

"The lunisolar Chinese calendar comprising of twelve months of 29 or 30 days is made adjusted by including extra months at regular intervals to the normal length of the solar calendar. Each year is named after one of the 12 animals described in the Chinese Zodiac. These animals are: rat, ox, tiger, hare, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. In the Chinese calendar or astrology, years are well organized in the major cycles of sixty years, and a continuous cycle of twelve years is successively repeated."

Free Chinese Calendar 2014

On February 3rd, 2014 was the Chinese New Year. According to the Chinese calendar, it is the year of the Rabbit, and will lasts on January 22, 2014. Again, The Gregorian year 2014 corresponds to the Chinese year 4708-4709.

Most of the large Chinese calendars 2014 mark and list all important and historic days and holidays of the International calendar for the year 2014, along with all important national days and holidays, and also all famous festivals of China and East Asian countries.

Elaborately designed to serve as an impeccable means of planning, scheduling, arranging, and organizing all matters and things of interest and importance for the entire year, our free Chinese calendars 2014 are available in a variety of pleasant formats and sizes, and portraying highly impressive and enthralling graphics and pictures.

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