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El Año Nuevo Chino

A quick view of some of the traditions during the celebration of the Chinese New Year
by

jenny alvarado

on 3 February 2014

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Transcript of El Año Nuevo Chino

El Año Nuevo Chino
Origins of China
Chinese New Year
China
2000-200 b.c.
*It was one of the four Ancient River Valley Civilizations.
*The ancient Chinese people were separated from the rest of the world due to their landforms.
Ancient Chinese
*They had many great inventions; paper, printing, gunpowder, and compass.
New Year Celebration
Fireworks
http://www.serenapowers.com/chientung.html
http://www.chinesezodiac.com/rooster.php
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