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LIVE | 2022 Happy Chinese New Year global Celebrating watching Online and Concert – Chinese New Year, also known as the Lunar New Year, is the festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional lunisolar and solar Chinese calendar. Download calendar 2022 watch online.

Online celebrations

Follow CNY London on social media channels for online celebrations from 31 January. Full details of the programmed are yet to be confirmed.

Two lion dance teams balance on yellow poles in Trafalgar Square, with crowds of people and the National Gallery behind.

Television broadcast

Watch a special television broadcast on London Live on 6 February. Check back nearer the time for more details.

Guangdong Art Troupe at Chinese New Year 2017. Photo by: Jon Mo

Chinatown food

Head to China town where you’ll be able to shop for presents, enjoy on-the-go treats and sit down for a traditional Chinese New Year meal in one of China town’s restaurants.

Top tips for Chinese New Year

Follow these tips for celebrating Chinese New Year in London:

  • Wrap up warm: celebrations take place in February when the weather can be cold.
  • Learn Chinese New Year greetings: Say “Xin Nian Kuai Le” (Happy New Year in Mandarin) or “San Nin Faai Lok” (in Cantonese)
  • Dress in red: Red is the key colour of Chinese New Year. You can dress up with a red scarf, jumper or shoes – this will bring good luck for the coming year.
  • Enjoy special Chinese New Year food: order a whole chicken or try dumplings at top restaurants in Chinatown
  • Buy something red: To bring luck to your year, Chinese tradition dictates that you should buy something red for yourself or your house.
  • Ensure good luck: In Chinese culture, to “climb high and gaze far” on New Year’s Day or the following day brings good luck in business, career, study and fortune. Take a trip on the Emirates Air Line cable car, head up to The View from The Shard or see the sights from the London Eye.

About Chinese New Year 2022

A group of brightly dressed dancers perform on a stage in front of crowds in Trafalgar Square during Chinese New Year in London

Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival and Lunar New Year, is a huge celebration in the Chinese community in London and around the world.

Based on the lunar and solar calendars, the actual date of the Chinese New Year varies and is represented by one of the 12 creatures of the Chinese zodiac each year in the Chinese calendar. Chinese New Year 2022, the year of the tiger, falls on February 1.

Now run by the London Chinatown Chinese Association (LCCA), the CNY London celebration began more than 20 years ago as a small community event in Chinatown; Festivals are now the largest of their kind outside of Asia, attracting thousands of people to the capital each year. Can’t see London during Chinese New Year? Don’t worry! Chinatown is a bustling activity all year round, so don’t miss the year-round tour.

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Chinese New Year (Chinese: 春節, 春节, Chūnjíe; 農曆 新年, 农历 新年, Nónglì Xīnnián; or 過年, 过年, Guònián), also known as the traditional Chinese holiday or the most important holiday of lunaring. It consists of a time of celebration, beginning on New Year’s Day, celebrated on the first day of the first month of the Chinese calendar. The Chinese New Year period ends with the Lantern Festival on the fifteenth day of the month. More about Chinese New Year and other festivals.