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Chinese New Year Dates with Animal Signs

Chinese New Year which also known as the Spring Festival (Lunar New Year), is celebrated worldwide to mark the first day of the New Year. The festival falls in the months of January or February and celebrations can last for about 15 days. It begins according to the Chinese calendar which consists of both Gregorian and lunar-solar calendar systems. The calendar is made up of a cycle of twelve years, each of them named after an animal. Here we bring the dates with animal signs from the year 2010 to 2030. If you like this page, please click here and pass on this page to your friends and dear ones. May everything be to your wish in the coming year. Gong Xi Fa Cai!

Chinese New Year Dates (2010-2030)

Year Chinese Year Dates Animal Signs
2010 4708 14th February Tiger
2011 4709 3rd February Rabbit
2012 4710 23rd January Dragon
2013 4711 10th February Snake
2014 4712 31st January Horse
2015 4713 19th February Sheep
2016 4714 8th February Monkey
2017 4715 28th January Rooster
2018 4716 16th February Dog
2019 4717 5th February Pig
2020 4718 25th January Rat
2021 4719 12th February Ox
2022 4720 1st February Tiger
2023 4721 22nd January Rabbit
2024 4722 10th February Dragon
2025 4723 29th January Snake
2026 4724 17th February Horse
2027 4725 6th February Sheep
2028 4726 26th January Monkey
2029 4727 13th February Rooster
2030 4728 3rd February Dog

This year, on 2016, Chinese New Year falls on 8th February.

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