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    Question lunar date

    Need to get some knowledge about how to express lunar dates. If it's solar date, it is very simple. But, how to say like Jan. 1 when it is a lunar date? Thanks!

    Emily

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    Re: lunar date

    Same. Month/Day/Year.

    Here's a site you might like. Enter the date and it gives you the Chinese lunar date. Click here.
    Last edited by Casiopea; 24-Dec-2006 at 18:47.


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    Re: lunar date

    Thanks! I would like to know whether is correct to say "January 1st in lunar calendar", or "January 1st of lunar calendar", or "January 1st in Chinese lunar calendar", or "January 1st in Chinese farmer's calendar".

    Emily

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    Re: lunar date

    Either in or of work,

    Ex: January 1st in the Chinese lunar calendar.
    Ex: Januray 1st of the Chinese lunar calendar.

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