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Chinese New Year is the most important holiday of the year in China. It is so important that Chinese people are off work for an entire week to return to their families in their hometowns.
Traditionally, firecrackers are lit making as much noise as possible to chase off evil spirits.
The family reunion dinner is therefore the most important part of the celebrations. Most families prepare different dishes, such as dumplings, at home and have the whole family over.
During Chinese New Year it is customary for married couples and elders to give red envelopes with money to children. Find out more about Chinese New Year customs in this infographic.