Chinese Lunar Calendar
This page gives the day of all new Moons in the indicated year,
as well as the day of winter solstices of the previous year and the next
If you wish you can save this page in a file and use it even when not connected
If you use it for "astrology" such as Zi Wei Dou Shu, use at your own risk.
Here are rules for the Chinese Lunar Calendar.
1. Calculations are based on the meridian at longitude 120°
2. The day of the new moon is the 1st day of a lunar month.
3. In the Chinese lunar calendar year, the eleventh month always has
the December solstice in it.
4. If there are 13 months between two December solstices, the first
month that does not has Zhong Qi is an intercalary month, Run Yue, in the
Chinese lunar calendar.
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