🏮 Chinese New Year Celebration, Spring Festival, Flying Eagle, Galloping Horses and Annual Surplus 鷹飛馬騰, 年年有餘 ðŸŽ

Flying Eagle Galloping Horses 鷹飛馬騰

Flying Eagle Galloping Horses 鷹飛馬騰

Chinese New Year 中國農曆新年

SoundEagleSoundEagle wishing you a prosperous Chinese New Year of the Horse 馬 and a Happy New Year 2014 with Annual Surplus 年年有餘

Hello! SoundEagle is back in action here after a fairly long hiatus. The Year 2013 is farewelled by SoundEagle with a special post entitled Cosmos in Perspective: Scaling the Universe with Interactive Infographics, Film, Animation and Slideshow. In contrast, the Year 2014 is welcomed with a festive, eclectic post laden with multimedia and multitudinousness, including games, video and music as well as numerous season greetings and best wishes conveyed to you in Chinese.

May you have hours of fun and enjoyment!

Chinese New Year of 2014 begins on the 31st of January and ends on the 14th of February, the Valentine’s Day. This double celebration represents a culmination of the Eastern Culture (emphasizing Relationship and Kinship 關係和親情) meeting and amalgamating with the Western Culture (emphasizing Romance and Love 浪漫和愛情). It provides a good indicator and macrocosmic example of the increased intensification and extensive interpenetration of economic, social and cultural practices and relations as globalization continues to expand in the 21st century. Specifically, this can be both seen and heard in the dynamic results of musical hybridisations and cross-cultural collaborations, as the following musical performances demonstrate:

◊ 新年快樂 ◊ 萬事如意 ◊ 得心應手 ◊
◊ 財源廣進 ◊ 恭喜發財 ◊ 合家幸福 ◊



2014 New Year House 新年第一天逃脱

Chinese New Year House Escape 逃出新年大宅

Lion Dance – Lunar New Year Celebration 2014 at Disney California Adventure

Chinese New Year 2014 Year of the Horse

Chinese New Year Song Playlist 2014 (CNY Complete Album) – 2014年中国农历新年 – 马年

Song Playlist 2014:

  1. Chinese New Year Song 2014 (Chinese Music)
  2. Año Nuevo Chino Canción 2014 (Música china)
  3. Nouvel An chinois chanson 2014 (Musique chinoise)
  4. chinesischen Neujahrslied 2014 (chinesische Musik)
  5. Capodanno cinese Canzone 2014 (musica cinese)
  6. ano novo chinês Canção 2014 (música chinesa)
  7. китайский новый год Песня 2014 (китайский музыка)
  8. 中国农历新年宋年2014年(中国音乐)
  9. 中國農曆新年宋年2014年(中國音樂)
  10. 中国の旧正月の歌2014(中国語音楽)
  11. 중국 새 해의 노래 2014 (중국 음악)
  12. चीनी नव वर्ष गीत 2014 (चीनी संगीत)
  13. السنة الجديدة الصينية سونغ 2014 (الموسيقى الصينية)
  14. Хятадын шинэ жилийн Дуу 2014 (хятад дуу хөгжмийн)
  15. चिनियाँ नयाँ वर्ष गीतको 2014 (चिनियाँ संगीत)
  16. เพลงตรุษจีน ปี 2014 (เพลงจีน)
  17. চীনা নববর্ষ গানের 2014 (চীনা সঙ্গীত)
Chinese New Year is an important traditional Chinese holiday celebrated on the first day of the year of the Chinese calendar. In China, it is also known as the Spring Festival, the literal translation of the modern Chinese name. Chinese New Year celebrations traditionally run from Chinese New Year’s Eve, the last day of the last month of the Chinese calendar, to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month, making the festival the longest in the Chinese calendar. Since the Chinese calendar is lunisolar, the Chinese New Year is often referred to as the “Lunar New Year”. The Chinese New Year Day is always between January 20 to February 20 of the Gregorian calendar each year.


3 comments on “🏮 Chinese New Year Celebration, Spring Festival, Flying Eagle, Galloping Horses and Annual Surplus 鷹飛馬騰, 年年有餘 ðŸŽ

  1. It was a joy to read this well researched piece . The Chinese culture has been wide spread the world over , starting with the gold rushes , Chinese influence has been present .
    I’ve lost count of the different china towns I’ve been to .It’s very caring & sharing the way the biggest lunar celebration is always public & for everybody .One year I came out the airport door at Sydney to experience a lion dance – truly amazing feeling . I enjoy the enveloping sharing that the Chinese display – no other culture does it better !


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