When is Chinese New Year 2013?

According to the Chinese Zodiac, the coming Chinese New Year year (2013) will be the Year of the Snake. It will begin on the 10th of February 2013 and end on the 30th of January 2014.


Read more to know everything about this very important event.

How will Chinese New Year affect business?

Are you ready for CNY?

Are you ready for CNY?

The Chinese New Year (also known as CNY) is almost the only opportunity for Chinese workers to visit their family in their hometown. Most part of the businesses will be closed for a long holiday (except maybe for those in big cities like Shanghai, Beijing or Hong Kong).

Just like last year, operations in our factories will be halted during this period. However, unlike standard bank holidays in Europe and US, Chinese factories do not have fixed dates for their holidays!

We already know that production time will be delayed and the quotations requested will be processed quite slowly. We suggest you to consider placing order a bit earlier to prevent disappointment. Placing the order early can also minimize problems that might be caused when factories rush to produce your products.

Chinese New Year 2013 : The Year of the Snake

As it is very clearly explained on SpringsGreetingCards.com, “the Snake is the sixth sign of the Zodiac. It is the most enigmatic, intuitive, introspective, refined and collected of the 12 Animals Signs. A very ancient Chinese wisdom says that a Snake in the house is a good omen because it means that the family will not starve. People born in the Year of the Snake are keen and cunning, quite intelligent and wise. They are great mediators and good at doing business.”

Chinese New Year - Zodiac Years

Chinese New Year 2013 – Zodiac Years Map

Are you one of the lucky snakes? If yes, you may be willing to change your car to a Bentley SS after reading this article.

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