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Originating in China, the date of this festival changes each year depending on when the new moon appears between 21 January and 20 February. The festival holds deep cultural significance in honouring ancestors and welcoming good fortune. It is a time of unity, marked by colourful parades, lanterns, and delicious feasts. Lyfta's ready-to-go lesson plans and teaching resources can engage students by exploring customs, sharing stories, and creating art projects related to this cultural celebration.