International Perspectives: Chinese New Year
On January 28, nearly one-fifth of the world’s population will begin the 15-day celebration of Chinese New Year. The holiday, also known as the Spring Festival, sets the tone for the year ahead and is a time for family members to reunite and share joy in successes, prosperity and good health. As the world’s borders become increasingly blurred, you may find that you have friends, colleagues or clients who observe the holiday.
Show your appreciation for their culture by familiarizing yourself with the meaning and traditions of Chinese New Year. In this video, Irene Teng, Managing Director of Europe, Africa and Asia - Management Accounting, with the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, highlights some of the customs and shares quick tips on how to greet clients and colleagues during the holiday. You can also learn more here.
For all who celebrate, we wish you a very Happy Chinese New Year!