2023 celebrates the Rabbit. The rabbit is the fourth in the twelve-year cycle of animals that appear in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar. The individuals born with this zodiac sign are kind, courageous and courteous. Our Lunar New Year gifts bring to life a gifting range that celebrates red, gold and good fortune through the abundance of chocolates and edible gifts.
Chinese New Year; also known as Lunar New year is decided by the Chinese Lunar Calendar. The Chinese Lunar calendar is based on the cycles of the moon and sun. This is generally 21–51 days behind the Gregorian (internationally-used) calendar.
The day of the Chinese New Year is a new moon day, usually the second after the winter solstice. Lunar New Year / Chinese New Year officially begins on January 22nd, 2023
The rabbit. The rabbit is the fourth in the twelve-year cycle of animals that appear in the Chinese zodiac. Individuals born with this zodiac sign are believed to be kind, courageous, and courteous. People born under the rabbit Lunar Year tend to be gentle, quiet, elegant, and alert.
China's public holidays run over a 7-day period for Lunar New Year. The most important date represented for Lunar New Year is the below three dates.
It is a time for giving gifts to express respect and affection.
Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival, is the most important festival in China. It's a tradition that people will give New Year gifts to pass their best wishes. It is an act of respect and gratitude in Chinese culture. And one of the main themes is abundance and the good fortune of having plenty to eat, making hampers or edible gifts a suitable gift exchange or accompaniment to red envelopes.
Why does red feature in Chinese New Year
Red is the core color for Lunar New Year celebrations. Red symbolizes fire and is thought to bring good luck and good fortune. This year red is combined with gold, to celebrate the year of the rabbbit.