In China, the New Year is celebrated 2 times a year: on the night of January 1 and the second full moon after the winter solstice. The exact dates of the celebration depend on this event, so they change annually. The symbols of the holiday are the combination of the animal and the elements. According to the legend of an ancient Chinese myth, a monster of nannies hunts every Chinese New Year for crop, people and livestock. To appease it, people decorate the houses and streets with red lanterns and other red patterns, spend walks for 15 days. Our illustrators decided to make friends of different animal symbols of the Chinese New Year. Color illustrations about the Chinese New Year, make desires and attract good luck!