Live: All About Chinese New Year in SW China's Chengdu
Updated 17:06, 15-Feb-2021

The Lunar New Year is the biggest holiday in China and there are many special customs in different areas. The New Year celebration varies greatly from place to place, showing the rich diversity of Chinese culture. 

For eleven days, from February 16 to 26, our livestreams will explore the different Lunar New Year celebrations in 10 different cities in China.

Join CGTN to feel the taste of Spring Festival in southwest China's Chengdu City on February 16, and get a taste of hot pot, face-changing performance and many more specials that Chengdu, the land of abundance, has to offer.

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