Chinese New Year 2017: Largest migration of human beings in the world underway

Although China has used the Gregorian calendar since 1912, the Chinese New Year is based on the ancient lunar calendar, which resets on the second new moon after winter solstice, meaning it changes each year.

Hundreds of millions of citizens are taking planes, trains and cars back to their families in the provinces to celebrate the Lunar New Year, the most important holiday in the Chinese calendar.

Dragon-Star-Plus wishes a Happy New Year!