Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year is one of the most important traditional festivals in China.

Chinese New Year poems are written by famous poets in order to express the feel and grandeur of the occasion.

The poems on Chinese new year are written by Chinese writers and these poems are translated in English for the convenience of the readers.

So just browse and enjoy these stunning Chinese New Year Poems and get mesmerized.

You can find a number of Chinese New Year poems on the internet. Given below are some popular Chinese New Year poems:

Poem 1:Here come the new yearsMarching round, E-I-E-I-O

And one of the years

Is the year of the Rat, E-I-E-I-O

With a squeak, squeak here,

And a squeak, squeak there,

Here a squeak, there a squeak,

Everywhere a squeak, squeak.

Here come the new years

Marching round, E-I-E-I-O.

Poem 2:Let’s wave and say “Ni hao (nee how),”Let’s wave and say “Ni hao.”

Let’s say “hello” to all our friends,

Let’s wave and say “ni hao.”

Chinese New Year Poems

Chinese New Year Poems


Poem 3:Chinese dragon, Chinese dragon,Breathing fire, breathing fire,

Happy, happy new year,

Happy, happy new year,

Gung hay fat choy,

Gung hay fat choy.

Poem 4:“Gung Hay Fat Choy!”In China, Every Girl And Boy

Celebrates The New Year

In A Very Special Way —-

With Fireworks And Dragons,

Colored Red And Gold —-

They Welcome In The New Year

And Chase Away The Old!

Poem 5:Soon know approach end yearbe like go to hole snake

Long scales half already disappear

Go all trace who able stop

If wish tie his tail

Even if diligent know to no avail

Children try not sleep

Mutual watch night cheer noise

Dawn chicken for now not cry

Further, drum respect increase

Sit long lamp ashes down

Rise see north plough slant

Next year not natural span of years

Worry fear waste time

Exert oneself to utmost today evening

Youth still ability praise

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