Chunjie



/ˈtʃʊnˌdʒiːə/
noun
1.
an annual Chinese festival marking the (lunar) Chinese New Year. It can last over three days and includes the exchange of gifts, firework displays, and dancing Also called Spring Festival Former name Yuandan

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