CHINESE NEW YEAR. This Sunday, January 22, 2023 is the Chinese New Year 2023. The Lunar New Year is placed under the sign of the Rabbit or Water Hare. Discover the predictions according to your horoscope.
[Mis à jour le 22 janvier 2023 à 18h48] This Sunday, January 22, 2023 is the Chinese New Year. No more Tiger, let’s welcome the Rabbit, or the Hare for this Lunar New Year. The sign in the spotlight in 2023 is therefore the Rabbit and its element is Water. If you are sensitive to the analyzes of the different signs and their appointed element, know that this auspicious combination will allow you to “breathe a little”, according to Laurent Langlais, master and consultant in Feng Shui and Chinese astrology, questioned on C news. By the way, this animal should smile at the bold. According to astrologers, the Rabbit also inspires creative people.
The year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese horoscope, is indeed a year of hope. Discover in our file below what the year of the Rabbit has in store for you according to your Chinese sign. But by the way, do you know what your Chinese zodiac sign is and what element is associated with you? And regarding the fashion shows, will there be any in Paris, Rennes, Bordeaux or Lyon? Learn more also further down in the article.
How will this year of the Water Tiger affect your Chinese zodiac sign romantically, financially and healthily? Here are the predictions for the year:
In the Chinese calendar, each year is associated with one of the twelve signs of the zodiac, represented by animals, which returns cyclically every 12 years: rat, buffalo, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog, pig. Discover yours, in our file below:
Also, do you know what your element is?
The new year is also linked to one of the five cosmogonic elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water. To know your element in the Chinese horoscope, the years of birth ending with 0 or 1 are Metal, with 2 or 3 are Water, with 4 or 5 are Wood, with 6 or 7 are Fire, with 8 or 9 are Earth.
Each Lunar New Year has its own Chinese horoscope. finished on water tigerwe moved on to a new animal, the water bunny. The Water Rabbit, fourth animal of the Chinese zodiac, is a animal “calm, narcissistic and persuasive“according to the website China.in, event specialist. This animal associates easily with the Goat and the Pig, but very badly with the Rooster.
In Chinese astrology, the rabbit portends a year of prosperity and peaceand “the Water element, which has a very good ability to adapt”, represents wealth in Chinese culture, underlines the specialized site Voyageschine.
The Chinese New Year begins this Sunday, January 22, 2023 and will end on Friday, February 9, 2024. The date of the Chinese New Year changes every year as it is based on the lunisolar calendar. This corresponds to the second new moon since winter solstice. It is in the Chinese city of Nanjing, at the Purple Mountain Observatory, that this date is determined.
The Chinese New Year was celebrated in France by the Chinese diaspora, mainly concentrated in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. The Chinese New Year parade departing from the 13th arrondissement of Paris will be back after the Covid years. Other parades are organized in the cities of France.
A parade is scheduled in the capital and not the least: more than 200,000 people are waiting for it impatiently, especially since it had been canceled since 2019 because of the Covid. This is theunmissable Chinese New Year parade in the 13th arrondissement which takes place on Sunday January 22, 2023. Famous since the 1980s for its lion and dragon dance shows, the parade will start at 2:30 p.m. from 44 avenue d’Ivry then take the following route: avenue de Choisy, place d’Italie, avenue d’Italie, rue de Tolbiac, avenue de Choisy, boulevard Masséna, avenue d’Ivry. It ends at 6 p.m.
On Monday January 23, 2023, another Chinese New Year parade takes place in the 8th arrondissement of Parisorganized by the Faubourg Saint-Honoré Committee, from 2 p.m. at the corner of rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and rue Royale.
The Chinese New Year will be celebrated on Sunday January 29, 2023 at 2:30 p.m., in the La Guillotière district in the 7th arrondissement of Lyon where demonstrations of martial arts and traditional dances between rue Passet and rue Pasteur will take place. You can also taste Asian culinary specialties on rue Pasteur. A traditional parade will leave around 3 p.m. from the stage located rue Passet.
Chinese New Year is celebrated on Sunday January 29 from 2:30 p.m. in Bordeaux. The famous dance of lions and dragons takes place in Place de la Victoire. The parade leaves from rue Sainte Catherine, to place de la Comédie and the water mirror, for a finale at 5 p.m.
The Dragon Parade begins on Saturday January 21, 2023 at noon at Place de la Mairie, with dancers from the Lion Dance Association. At Chinese Week programthe traditional Chinese food market will be held, numerous events such as conferences dedicated to Chinese painting at the Maison internationale de Rennes (MIR) on February 9, a concert of revisited Chinese and Mongolian music on Friday January 27, Salle Albert-Smague or an exhibition devoted to the art of paper cutting at the ICB until 1er april.