The Chinese Spring Festival is the most important and longest celebration for families within Chinese culture. On the final day of the Festival, which is the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunisolar Chinese calendar (usually falling in February or early March) .
On Friday January the 31st the Chinese New Year will begin. In Chinese culture, every year is symbolised by a different animal, which is said to represent the personality traits of those born during that year. The year of the horse will begin on .