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About the Chinese Year of the Dragon

China, Worldwide
EVENT NAME:
Chinese Year of the Dragon, 4722
EVENT CATEGORIES:
Animals Fish Insect & Birds , Moon
Culture & Art , China Japan & Korea
Dates Active:
Begins: Feb 10, 2024
Ends: Jan 28, 2025
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DESCRIPTION:

The Chinese calendar is the backdrop of the Chinese year. It is based upon the moon's phases and runs in 12-year cycles, each year denoting a different animal in the Chinese astrological lineup. 2024 is the year of the Dragon. Numerically, this year would be 4722. 

The Chinese Year of the Dragon is a vital zodiac year in the Chinese calendar. The Dragon is the fifth animal in the Chinese zodiac cycle and is considered one of the most influential and auspicious of the twelve.

The Dragon symbolizes strength, good fortune, and power in Chinese culture. People born in the Year of the Dragon are believed to inherit these characteristics as they are often seen as confident, ambitious, and charismatic individuals with natural leadership qualities. Dragons possess a magnetic personality that attracts others to them.

The Year of the Dragon is favorable for important undertakings and significant life events, and Dragon years are believed to bring prosperity, success, and good luck. Many Chinese couples plan their pregnancies to ensure their child is born in the Year of the Dragon; businesses plan major expansions, acquisitions, or new products.

Traditionally, Dragon years are celebrated with various customs and festivities. These may include dragon dances, where a team of performers carries a long dragon puppet through the streets, symbolizing the mythical creature. Fireworks, lantern festivals, and family gatherings are common during the Chinese New Year celebration.

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