Celebrate the Chinese New Year

The Chinese year 4713 begins 19 February

The Chinese New Year celebration lasts 15 days and ends with the Lantern Festival.

At the Chinese Lantern Festival, you will be able to experience this celebration live and search for good luck amongst the colours and lights of the impressive figures exhibited.

According to the Chinese calendar, the year 4713, or the Year of the Goat, begins 19 February, 2015.

Año Chino 2015

2015, Year of the Goat

According to the Chinese horoscope, those born in the Year of the Goattend to be sincere, honest, timid, very creative, helpful to those who need support, and compassionate.

They defend those who are most weak against mistreatment and they know how to forgive mistakes. They are quickly held in high regard by people and prefer small get-togethers over large celebrations. In fact, they are homebodies and family-oriented.

During the Year of the Goat, it is customary for families to find a way to reunite and reconcile. The Year of the Goat will not return for another 60 years, which is why many quarrelling families seek reconciliation.

2015 will contribute much creativity and innovation in art, music and food.


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