Happy Chinese New Year!

February 2008
Weekly Reader News - Senior;2/1/2008, Vol. 86 Issue 18, p6
The article presents information on the Chinese or lunar calendar. It is discussed that the lunar calendar is based on the cycles of the moon. The years in the Chinese calendar are represented by 12 animals. The legend says to determine the order of the year of the animals, they raced across a river. An information of the traits of those born in each animal year is also presented.


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