Chinese New Year 2022 Event



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How to make a Chinese New Year invitation for event? What to write on you Chinese New Year Event invite? An easy way to start your invitation is to download this sample Invite message now!

Every day brings new projects, emails, documents, and task lists, and often it is not that different from the work you have done before. Many of our day-to-day tasks are similar to something we have done before. Don't reinvent the wheel if you need an invitation for a Chinese new year meeting or event. Consider the following features when you are designing your invite:

  • Name of the invitee(s);
  • Title and description of the Chinese NY event;
  • Venue, address, and how to get there;
  • Hosts, sponsors/organizers, partners, and stakeholders;
  • Time and date it will take place;
  • Dress code;
  • Contact details;
  • RSVP deadline.

Event invitation sample content:

  • It is with great pleasure that I write to invite you to our annual Chinese New Year Party on {{Date}}. 
  • The event is kindly sponsored by {{Organization}}, 
  • The evening will commence with a private drinks’ reception from {{starting time}}, followed by speech at {{##}}.
  • Additional information about the event, together with details about how to get to the venue at the {{Location}}, are enclosed. 
  • I would be extremely grateful if you could R.S.V.P by no later than {{RSVP Date}} to {{email}} or {{phone}}. 
  • Please advise us of any special mobility or dietary requirements you may have.
  • I hope you are able to accept this invitation and I look forward to hearing from you.
  • Xin nian kuai le!
  • Yours Sincerely,

When is the Chinese New Year in 2022?

The Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival in China, is the most important traditional holiday in China. In 2022, the Chinese New Year will start on Friday, 1 February. The Public holiday dates are from Monday, January 31 up to Sunday, January 21, 2023. 2022 will mark the Year of the Tiger and it will be the year for people born in 1926. 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010 and 2022, Chinese new year. For your consideration, the most important dates of Chinese New Year are:

  • Chinese New Year's Eve: the day of family reunions
  • Chinese Calendar: 除夕 Chúxī /choo-sshee or 'getting-rid-of evening'
  • Chinese New Year's Day: the day of (close) family visits and New Year greetings
  • Chinese Calendar: 初一 Chūyī or choo-ee or 'first 1'

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