If you thought the new year’s revelry was over, think again. The Lunar New Year (aka Chinese New Year or Spring Festival), which falls on Sunday, January 22 in 2023, is set to ignite celebrations across the globe.
2023 is the Year of the Water Rabbit. In Chinese culture, the sign of the rabbit symbolises longevity, peace, and prosperity and people born in the year of the rabbit are believed to be vigilant, witty, quick-minded and ingenious.
Whether this is your Chinese zodiac sign year, or you’re just after an excuse to extend the new year’s celebrations a little longer, here’s where to celebrate Lunar New Year around the world.