Not Everyone Celebrates New Year on 1 January....
span style="font-size:12px;"span style="font-family:arial,helvetica,sans-serif;"The streamers have long since been cleared away, the party food eaten, and we're already halfway through the first month of the year (eeek!). And while 1 January is the accepted start of the New Year in many parts of the world, it's not the only one....so we thought we'd have a quick peek at some other New Year dates we have marked on the calendar for 2020.br /
The next celebration we have marked is the Chinese New Year, which, in 2020, falls on Saturday 25 January. The festival lasts until the 8thnbsp;of February, or about 2 weeks, and this year is the Year of thenbsp;Rat, acording to the Chinese zodiac.br /