January 22, 2023 marks the start of the Lunar New Year.

China celebrates the Lunar New Year with great enthusiasm.

The Spring Festival is another name for the Lunar New Year.

The most significant Asian holidays, which feature family gatherings, feasting, and presents, fall on the lunar day.

Every year, an animal is honoured at the Lunar New Year; this year, the rabbit has been honoured.

Lunar New Year is observed in honour of Lord Buddha in several cultures.

This Lunar New Year is observed by people for 14 days.

The Lantern Festival will mark the conclusion of this year's Lunar New Year.