According to historical documents, on the day when Shun, who was one of ancient China’s mythological emperors, came to the throne more than 4000 years ago, he led his ministers to worship heaven and earth. From then on, that day was regarded as the first day of the first lunar month in the Chinese calendar. This is the basic origin of Chinese New Year.
China adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1911, so Chinese New Year was renamed the Spring Festival.
This year, Chinese New Year is at February 16th. The Chinese New year also called Spring Festival. It is a national holiday in China. Government offices, schools, universities and many companies are closed during the period from the Spring Festival Eve to the seventh day of the first lunar month in the Chinese calendar. However, some enterprises such as banks often arrange for workers to be on shift duty. Public transport is available during the Chinese New Year period.
Pacific dental group wish you Happy Chinese New year, wish all the lucks come to you and your family.