Chinese New Year 2009


 
What is the date of Chinese New Year in 2009?

The year 2009 of the Chinese calendar begins on
January 26th in China
 (January 25th in America and Europe)
This lunar calendar year will end on February 13th 2010

 

January 26th 2009 begins the year of the Earth Ox



Chinese New Year, known in China as Spring Festival (simplified Chinese: 春节; traditional Chinese: 春節; pinyin: Chnje), is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is sometimes called the Lunar New Year, especially by people outside China. The festival traditionally begins on the first day of the first lunar month (Chinese: 正月; pinyin: zhēng yu) in the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th; this day is called Lantern Festival. Chinese New Year's Eve is known as Chxī (除夕, abbr. for 年除夕 Ninchxī, Chx in Taiwan). It literally means "Year-pass Eve".


Chinese New Year Dates
from 1999 to 2020
Western
Calendar
Chinese
Calender
Buddhist
Tibetan
Calendar
Animal Element
16 February
1999
4697 2126 Rabbit/Hare
/Cat

 
Earth
05 February
2000
4698 2127 Dragon Metal/
Gold
24 January
2001
4699 2128 Snake Metal/
Gold
12 February
2002
4700 2129 Horsel Water
01 February
2003
4701 2130 Sheep/Goat Water
22 January
2004
4702 2131 Monkey Wood
09 February
2005
4703 2132 Roaster Wood
29 January
2006
4704 2133 Dog Fire
18 February
2007
4705 2134 Pig Fire
07 February
2008
4706 2135 Rat Earth
26 January
2009
4707 2136 Ox Earth
14 February
2010
4708 2137 Tiger Metal/
Gold
3 February
2011
4709 2138 Rabbit/Hare
/Cat

 
Metal/
Gold
23 January
2012
4710 2139 Dragon Water
10 February
2013
4711 2140 Snake Water
31 January
2014
4712 2141 Horse Wood
19 February
2015
4713 2142 Sheep/Goat Wood
8 February
2016
4714 2143 Monkey Fire
28 January
2017
4715 2144 Roaster Fire
16 February
2018
4716 2145 Dog Earth
5 February
2019
4717 2146 Pig Earth
14 February
2020
4718 2147 Rat Metal/
Gold
 

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Updated 05 novembre 2015