The East Asian Lunar New Year celebrations are and were historically based on the traditional Chinese lunisolar calendar (from the last January to early February). The first day of the Chinese New Year 2017 is started on Saturday, 28 January. Chinese New Year is also known as the “Spring Festival” ( 春節) is an important Chinese festival where people wish for a lucky and to celebrating the start of a new business year and wishing for profits and success prosperous coming year. Every street, building, and house is decorated with red. In fact, red is the main color for the festival, as it is believed to be an auspicious color in China. So, In Chinese culture this Is a time for families to be together, anyway during the new year period a growing number of Chinese are start going to spend the holiday period abroad during the Lunar New Year. ( About 6 million this year). An statistically significant fact to be not underestimate for our trade and of course to accommodate the Chinese tourism in the best way desirable !!
So, happy Lunar New Year to all my friends!!