Happy New Year: 新年快乐 (xīn nián kuài lè)
It is time to welcome in the year of the ox.
The ox is known as the most hardworking animal on the Chinese horoscope.
In 2018 it was the year of the dog, in 2019 it was the year of the pig, and in 2020 it was the year of rat.
The following article shares ideas for activities for celebrating the New Year with children, parents and grandparents and teachers in early childhood services.
It also tells you about the legend of a beast called Nian who would eat the crops, how Chinese New Year is traditionally celebrated in families and the form that festivals today take.
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