Chinese New Year is a very old celebration,
a time for repaying debts, enjoying feasts, giving "red envelopes" of lucky
money to friends and relatives, and remembering ancestors.
Yat - The seventh day of the Chinese New Year
is called Yan Yat, "Everybody's Birthday."
There are many ancient and delightful superstitions surrounding this holiday.
Nian, the Horrible Monster, is one of
our favorite superstitions for kids. Click
here to read this ancient story.
Meet the Kitchen God, who tattled on
people to his boss, the "Jade Emperor". And discover other
great superstitions. Click
Free Games for Kids
New Year Games
New Year powerpoint
New Year Clip Art
Ecards & Games
New Year decorations
a fu (good luck) poster
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