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  • Valentines Day & Lunar New Year 2021 (14th of February)

    Soo are they gonna be like 2 in 1 event or ? Because both are marked on same day (14th feb) in Google/Calendar (Yes i know Chinese New Year is multiple weeks but still)

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    no

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    • RoyalCola
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      So how is it gonna be organized then ?

    • Jedaki
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      RoyalCola one happens before the other one

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    Originally posted by RoyalCola View Post
    Soo are they gonna be like 2 in 1 event or ? Because both are marked on same day (14th feb) in Google/Calendar (Yes i know Chinese New Year is multiple weeks but still)
    no idea lol but never saw 2 diff events in same day/week

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    • #4
      Soo nobody knows?

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      • #5
        Last year, Lunar new year started on January 23rd. And Valentine's week started on February 13th.

        So I guess we could be expecting something like this
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        • JimIzPro
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          Welp, Lunar New Year isn't on the update changelogs for January so we are probably going to expect it on February 1

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        We have been told 2 events cannot be ran at once before, if i am not mistaken. My guess is valentines first, chinese new year after.
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        • #7
          Originally posted by RoyalCola View Post
          Soo are they gonna be like 2 in 1 event or ? Because both are marked on same day (14th feb) in Google/Calendar (Yes i know Chinese New Year is multiple weeks but still)
          This year's Chinese New Year is celebrated on February 12th while Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 14th. So according to my Chinese New Year starts 7 days before February 12th , which is around February 4 to 7. Meanwhile, Valentine's Day seems to be starting on February 14th. CMIIW and sorry for my bad English
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          • #8
            Lunar New Year happens sometime in late January
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            • #9
              Originally posted by GODAPOLLYON View Post
              Lunar New Year happens sometime in late January
              It depends on the date of LNY in real life. This year, it's on the 12th of Feb. But idk when and which event will they start first

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              • #10
                they'll probably run the chinese new year first, as it has always been before valentine's and the date is perfect to end it on that day, and start the new event next day
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                • #11
                  Two Annual Events can not be active at the same time, I expect the Lunar New Year event may come early. One of the two events will need to be delayed or happen a few days earlier than what appears on the calendar.
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                    Lunar New Year can be this Monday
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                    • #13
                      I am still happy were still celebrating the chinese traditions. Just wondering why they never add Lunar before. Oh wait, alot of people are saying Harvestfest claims to be Lunar New Year
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