Chinese New Year Quotes

Chinese New Year Quotes

   Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is often inaccurately called "Lunar New Year", because - as part of the lunisolar Chinese calendar - the date is partially determined based

Nov 24, 2010






“The market is being driven by futures-related trading activities. Fund managers are not interested in Hong Kong at the moment and retail investors are reluctant to get into the market ahead of the Chinese New Year.”

“This is where we showcase cultural holidays such as Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Chinese New Year and the Winter Solstice.”

“For most of us, it's a time for us to get together and talk about our past, present and future. The Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in China. It's very much like Christmas or Thanksgiving in the United States.”

“A lot of people, they get all caught up in the New Year's resolution thing and I think it gives them an easy way, later, to say, 'Oh, that was just a New Year's resolution' and not take it seriously. People who really want to make changes can make them any day of the year, whether it be the Jewish New Year, the Chinese New Year or any day that suits them. You've got every day of your life to make changes.”

“In a cold lunar New Year's Day in China in 2000, my little brother left our underground hut to beg food in a Chinese village. He returned with tears in his eyes but no food in his hands. If you experience things like that, you get to hate people and want to take revenge, like Sin in the movie.”

“As the Chinese Lunar New Year is drawing near, city fire departments will enhance their efforts to crack down on illegal fireworks business.”

“Equity markets finished last week on an upbeat footing but the resurgent price of oil and the fact some Asian markets have been closed for the week's opening session to mark the Chinese New Year may make further direction difficult to find in the short term.”

“This Chinese New Year...we have had record 'sell out' crowds.”

“Chinese New Year started on Jan. 29. I'm a rabbit, and I think luck is changing for me.”

“Every year, we receive thousands of scholars and experts from abroad, but it is only in recent years that the Chinese have began to appreciate New Year pictures.”



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