Chinese Calendar (July 2023)

Chinese Calendar, also known as Agricultural Calendar, is a lunisolar calendar developed based on the positions of both the Moon and the Sun. Chinese calendar can date back to Zhou dynasty (1,046 BC to 771 BC), which is about 3,000 years ago.

The lunisolar Chinese calendar was abolished in China on January 1, 1912 by the Republic of China, and since then, the Gregorian calendar has been the official calendar in China.

However, Chinese calendar is very important in agriculture and widely used in Chinese people's daily life. Many traditional festivals were to be timed according to the Chinese calendar, e.g., Chinese New Year.

There are 12 Chinese zodiac signs and each year is assigned an animal in a repeating 12-year cycle as the zodiac. 2022 is the year of tiger.

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
      1
十四
2
十五
3
十六
4
十七
5
十八
6
十九
7
小暑
8
廿一
9
廿二
10
廿三
11
廿四
12
廿五
13
廿六
14
廿七
15
廿八
16
廿九
17
三十
18
六月
19
初二
20
初三
21
初四
22
初五
23
大暑
24
初七
25
初八
26
初九
27
初十
28
十一
29
十二
30
十三
31
十四
     

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