Happy Chinese New Year Background in High Resolution
Happy Chinese New Year Background in High Resolution

Happy Chinese New Year Backgrounds and Wallpapers in High Resolution

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Allpicts.in – Feel free to download our collections of Happy Chinese New Year backgrounds and wallpapers in this article. All the wallpapers are designed in high resolution and various styles. The date of the Chinese New Year is determined by the Chinese lunar calendar. The calendar is based on the moon’s 12 phases. Each phase lasts about 29 days, and the full calendar is around 354 days long. Chinese New Year is a public holiday that allows Chinese people to reunite with their families. The first day of the Lunar New Year is called the Spring Festival, and the final day is the Lantern Festival Chinese culture.

How to celebrate Chinese New Year?

  • Laba Festival
  • Little Year
  • House-Cleaning
  • New Year Shopping
  • Putting up New Year Decorations
  • Offering Sacrifices to Ancestors
  • Enjoying a Reunion Dinner
  • Watching the New Year Gala
  • Giving “Lucky Money” to Kids
  • Staying Up Late
  • Setting Off Fireworks and Firecrackers
  • Extending New Year Greetings
  • Watching Dragon and Lion Dance
  • Public Celebrations at Park or Temple.
  • Lantern Festival

Who celebrates Chinese New Year?

Lunar New Year is known as the Spring Festival in China. It is the most important holiday in China, and it is also widely celebrated in South Korea, Vietnam, and countries with a significant overseas Chinese population.

You can use all the Chinese backgrounds to celebrate Chinese New Year. You will need to edit and add some text in order to type the year or the zodiac. Furthermore, all the wallpapers are listed in the gallery below.

Happy Chinese New Year Wallpaper with Clouds and Lantern

Red and gold are popular colors in Chinese culture. So, this red background with the text “HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR” in gold color is perfect to celebrate the Chinese New Year. This image has been designed in high resolution in 1280×720 pixels. So, you can also print it to design a banner or a greeting card.

Happy Chinese New Year Background in High Resolution
Happy Chinese New Year Background in High Resolution


Imlek Wallpaper with Cartoon and Red Background

This is the Imlek wallpaper, Imlek is another famous name for Chinese New Year. In Indonesia and many south-east countries, people usually call the “Imlek” day, than the Chinese New Year. I use this wallpaper as one of my best collections of Chinese New Year wallpapers. It features with red background and is completed with many accessories. The accessories include a cartoon picture of roosters. Anyway, this wallpaper is suitable for designing a Happy Chinese New Year greeting card.

Imlek Wallpaper with Cartoon and Red Background
Imlek Wallpaper with Cartoon and Red Background


Gong Xi Fat Cai Wallpaper with Oriental Borders

Collect this special wallpaper for designing a greeting card to say Happy Chinese New Year. You can use this simple greeting card every year when your Chinese friends celebrate the Chinese New Year. Gong xi fa cai or Gong Xi Fat Cai is how Mandarin speakers wish you a happy new year—literally “wishing you to be prosperous in the coming year.” Many overseas Chinese communities speak Cantonese. Gung hay fat choy is how Cantonese speakers wish you a happy new year—literally “wishing you great happiness and prosperity.”

Gong Xi Fat Cai Wallpaper with Oriental Borders
Gong Xi Fat Cai Wallpaper with Oriental Borders


Chinese New Year Wallpaper for Kids

I share with you this Chinese New Year wallpaper, especially for kids. A red-colored background with a cartoon picture of children playing. There is a simple text of “Happy Chinese New Year” in gold color. This color combination is perfect for designing a card for the Chinese New Year. Originally, this wallpaper had HD resolution with 1920×1080 pixels. So, it is large enough for banner design when celebrating the Chinese New Year.

Chinese New Year Wallpaper for Kids
Chinese New Year Wallpaper for Kids


Happy Chinese New Year for the Year of Rabbit

This is a unique wallpaper for celebrating Chinese New Year for the Year of Rabbit. The rabbit is the fourth animal in the Chinese zodiac. The rabbit is known to be the luckiest out of all the twelve animals. In Chinese culture, rabbits represent the moon. Year of the Rabbit (兔年 tùnián) comes once every 12 years. Last century’s Rabbit Years were 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, and 2011. The most recent Year of the Rabbit was in 2023 and the next one will be in 2035.

Zodiac Rabbit’s Personality

Rabbits are predicted to be gentle, quiet, elegant, and alert as well as quick, skillful, kind, patient, and very responsible. Male Rabbits are characterized by always treating people politely, with a gentle smile that makes people feel that they are credible and sincere. Female Rabbits are personified as follows: apart from having a pretty and demure appearance, they have a pure heart.

Lucky and Unlucky Things for People Born in a Year of the Rabbit
  • Lucky Numbers: 3, 4, 6, and numbers containing them (like 34 and 46). Unlucky numbers: 1, 7, and 8.
  • Lucky colors: red, pink, purple, blue. Unlucky colors: dark brown, dark yellow, white.
  • Lucky days: the 26th, 27th, and 29th of every Chinese lunar month.
  • Lucky months: the 1st, 4th, 8th, and 11th Chinese lunar months.
  • Lucky directions: east, south, and northwest. Unlucky directions: north, west, and southwest.
  • Suitable careers: artist, business consultant, engineer, translator, writer, nurse, food quality inspector,
  • Unsuitable careers: jobs that involve too much manual labor or are time-sensitive, jobs that require them to decide between justice and injustice, and work that involves fierce competition, such as politics.
Happy Chinese New Year for Year of Rabbit
Chinese New Year banner with a 3D cute rabbit, wealth of gold money, and festive lanterns hanging, Chinese Festivals, Lunar, CYN 2023, Year of the Rabbit, 3D rendering.


Moreover, you can save it and send it to your friends. Alternatively, visit our gallery below to download other wallpapers for the Chinese New Year celebration.

Chinese New Year Wallpapers