Naturally, this date changes each year, but it will always fall sometime between January 21 and February 20.
The Lunar New Year is the most important holiday in China, and hundreds of millions of people travel to celebrate it with their families, making it the world's largest annual human migration. This set retails at SGD84.90.
"I missed my wife and child, it will be a nice surprise for them as they haven't seen me for a while", he said. I found out that a colleague had actually applied to Lego five times but he didn't make the cut! Ah yes. But that was plain old New Year.
There are many light shows, such as the one in Xi'an, featuring Chinese characters reading, "Bless to wish the great prosperity of the motherland".
Finally, Lam said: "This year is the Year of the Pig".
"But now numerous customs have been abandoned, especially in cities".
On the eve of the new year, people gathered for reunion dinners, gave red packets of pocket money to youngsters and lit firecrackers at midnight.
She moved to Dunedin four years ago to be with her son, who is studying at the University of Otago, and is now an global student herself.
Passengers with luggage crowd the waiting hall of Hangzhou East railway station during this year's Chinese Spring Festival. I walked a long way to take photographs and felt very happy.
"And the architecture in Chinatown is protected so well, whereas in my hometown, they've been torn down to build high rises". She has brought this tradition to her new home in Richmond.