In western culture, they often put all our energy into creating a fresher, cleaner version of themselves in January after they had a wonderful Christmas. But in Asia, we have Lunar New Year that it’s biggest holiday, which spring is followed by Lunar New Year in Taiwan. From a logical new year perspective, it does make sense, which there is something to be said for the days roll into spring. We start to notice the evening sky is brighter, our mind start to reawaken like a budding Cherry blossoms.
If you have read my article of Happy Lunar New Year, you will know the red color is symbolize lucky in Chinese, which why today I wore the red coat. Actually red color is also one of my favorite color which you can see that show up on my outfit sometimes.
When people talk about the “holiday season” in the U.S., they typically refer to that period between Thanksgiving dinner and New Year’s Day. In Asia, the most big holiday seanson is The Lunar New Year, most commonly associated with the Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, typically falls sometime between January 21 and February 20 annually. Lunar New Year 2021 is on February 12, and in terms of the Chinese zodiac animal, it’s the Year of the Ox.