Chinese New Year often begins by the end of January. However, its date may vary year to year. Indeed, the start of Chinese New Year has a lot of significance regarding Chinese Zodiac Calendar. New Year is counted as the official start of Chinese Zodiac system and not on the placement of stars, sun and planets as in the case of Zodiac signs in rest of the world.
Chinese New Year and Chinese Zodiac Calendar, which are highly correlated, have different timing and pattern from New Year and Zodiac signs calendar of rest of the world.
According to the Chinese New Year, this is the Year of the Rabbit (or Hare), a 1-in-12 year occurrence. The Rabbit is the symbol of affection, family ties, care and peace.All the people are happy with this new year eve and try to participate in best way and every one wishes “Gung Hay Fat Choy” to their family in this new year eve.Which means Happy new year.