New Year is the moment of celebration and festivity in most customs. Our New Year's Date has been always on the 1st of January. In Gregorian calendar, the Old Year's Day, or New Year's Eve or the Saint Sylvester's Day in numerous nations, the final day of the year, December 31. In lots of countries, New Year's Eve is commemorated in the night of social gatherings, where several people dance, drink alcoholic beverages, eat and watch or glow fireworks to denote New Year. There are some people that celebrate the New Year by attending a watch night ceremony. The happenings normally go on and past until midnight in January 1 or the exact day of the New Year.
Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival is commemorated by Chinese people. The festival is celebrated globally. Chinese New Year started based on the Chinese calendar which have both lunar-solar and Gregorian calendar systems. Since the path of the recent moon alters every year, Chinese New Year may start any moment in between late January up to mid of February.