Chinese New Year Greeting Cards

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Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is China's most important festival, celebrated with a seven day holiday. The New Year falls on the second new moon after the winter solstice on December 21st, and activities during the Festival include putting up decorations, eating dinner with family on New Year's Eve (involving "lucky" foods like dumplings, cake and fish), setting off firecrackers and fireworks, and giving red envelopes and other gifts. The Festival dates back 3,000 years. 2020 is the Year of the Metal Rat, the rat being the first Zodiac sign in Chinese astrology, and it runs from January 25th, 2020 to February 11th, 2021. The rat is viewed as a sign of wealth and surplus in China, and characteristics of people born in the Year of the Rat include charm, wit, intelligence, optimism and energy, sensitivity, greediness and stubbornness. They like saving and hoarding, and can be on the stingy side.

Celebrate the Year of the Rat with all of your Asian friends, relatives and coworkers by gifting them this colorful and creative greeting of good cheer, good luck and good fortune. With its ornate gold scrollwork, black Chinese lettering, and a funky and funny picture of a rainbow-colored rat wearing a red, gold and black Chinese cap, this amazing and artful card will get anybody's New Annum off to a wonderful start. Hey, any greeting that makes even a rat look good, has a lot going for it. And on this craftily constructed missive, the psychedelically painted rodent appears downright adorable. Cheesy, not a bit; a pleasure and delight both to give and receive.