Many of us do not know anything about the Lunar New Year Celebration or traditions. Asian countries such as Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and many more have a different calendar to start their New Year. They use the lunar calendar to welcome their New Year which is called The Spring Festival, or Chinese New Year. This Spring Festival, or Chinese New Year, is the most important traditional festival in China and is celebrated for sixteen days making the festival the longest in the Chinese calendar. The coming New Year 2015 is dedicated to welcome in the year of the Sheep according to Chinese zodiac the eighth sign of the Chinese Zodiac which begins on 19 February 2015. It is year 4713 on the Chinese calendar. To share the Lunar New Year celebrations we have collected some Chinese New Year 2015 Inspiring Creativity & Ideas to bringing happiness and new hopes into Asian homes. You can also get inspired to decorate your home for the Chinese New Year using some of our past articles Living Room Interior Décor for Chinese New Year and Chinese New Year Centerpiece Ideas to help get you started.