Human Rights and China, October End, 2023: The Grinch Who Stole Chinese New Year’s Eve

China has canceled Chinese New Year’s Eve as a public holiday, possibly because its Mandarin name sounds a lot like ‘cancel Xi’

CHINA LUNAR NEW YEAR TRAVEL Passengers wait for their trains at Hangzhou East railway station on January 20, 2023, the day before Chinese New Year’s Eve. The Chinese New Year holiday is the world’s biggest annual mass migration of people, as millions return home to celebrate with their families. (Photo: AFP)