Unity in Diversity: Celebrating Chinese New Year Around the World
As from 2024, the Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, has been officially listed as a UN floating holiday in its calendar of conferences and meetings. This years Spring Festival falls on Feb.10. For Chinese people, it is the biggest occasion of the year for family reunions.
As the vibrant hues of red and gold paint the skies, and the air fills with the sounds of joyous festivities, people across the globe come together to celebrate the arrival of the Chinese New Year. From bustling streets adorned with lanterns in cities to tranquil gatherings in traditional villages, join us with the AI mascot to witness the rich tapestry of traditional Chinese cultures, rituals, and celebrations that mark the onset of the Lunar New Year.