Chinese New Year Quiz
Test your knowledge on the Chinese New Year. 20 Questions.
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Chinese New Year lasts for how many days?
2012 is the Chinese New year of the what?
In 2012 what date marked the start of the Chinese New Year?
People born in the Chinese New Year of the Dragon are said to be?
Strong and lucky
Strong and ambitious
Strong and courageous
Strong and silent
The Chinese Dragon is roughly equivalent to the western zodiac sign:
The Chinese New Year is also known as the:
During Chinese New Year older family members use what colour envelopes to give gifts of cash to their younger relatives?
In Chinese culture the colour red is considered to be?
The luckiest colour
A nice colour
The colour of love
An angry colour
The money given in red envelopes during Chinese New Year, according to custom, is?
Whatever the giver decides
The most popular and most abundant fruit during Chinese New Year is?
Because the Chinese Calender is lunisolar the Chinese New Year is often referred to as the:
Solar New Year
Lunar New Year
New Moon Year
New Sun New Year
During Chinese New year Shou Sui is the practice of what?
Eating as much as one can
Spending time with family only
Dancing and singing
Staying up until midnight as a family
It is said that if you cry on Chinese New Year's day, you will what?
Have puffy eyes
Miss the celebrations
Cry all through the year
A traditional Chinese New Year cake is called?
Many people, especially Buddhists, abstain from meat consumption on the first day of the New Year because it is believed that this will ensure what?
A good appetite for the rest of day
They do not eat bad meat
Fulfill their wishes
Will give them longevity
The15th day of the Chinese New Year is called what?
The Festival of Light
The Lantern Festival
The Firework Festival
All Souls Festival
During The Lantern Festival candles are lit outside houses as a way to what?
Decorate the outside of houses
Guide people home after celebrating
Light the towns, cities, villages
Guide wayward spirits home
A tradition before the start of Chinese New Year to get rid of bad luck and welcome good luck is to what?
Give away old clothes
Give homes a thorough cleaning
Give neighbours sweets
Give long lost friends a call
The Chinese New Year always starts on a what?
The Chinese New Year 2013 will welcome the year of the what?
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