Why doesn’t Chinese New Year 2014 fall on New Year’s Day? – CSMonitor.com

Why doesn’t Chinese New Year 2014 fall on New Year’s Day? – CSMonitor.com.

3 responses to “Why doesn’t Chinese New Year 2014 fall on New Year’s Day? – CSMonitor.com

  1. Why does western people think their calendar is the right one?

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    • For the same reason the Chinese are convinced that their is! Why do humanity needs so much diversity? To be counted I think! for self importance and worth and as a means to treat each other with respect, and to trample upon each other…WE should value that, as it is all our making….Really the Universe couldn’t care less, when the earthlings celebrate the new year!

      It’s one thing people fail to achieve, one generation after another: without mental diversity we wouldn’t exist!

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