Question 1: For Lunar New Year we’re in Derbyshire, England, of all places. What’s that critter?
- Eurasian rabbit
- Moon bunny
- Mountain hare
Correct Answer: Mountain hare
Fact: On the Chinese zodiac chart, the lunar year that more or less lines up with 2023 is the Year of the Rabbit. And we couldn't resist showing this mountain hare blending into the snow-covered hills of Derbyshire.
Question 2: Where is Lunar New Year celebrated?
- In many Asian cultures
- Only in China
- Only in Tibet
Correct Answer: In many Asian cultures
Fact: Lunar New Year is a holiday in China, Vietnam, Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, and (since 2003) North Korea. Of course, its traditions have spread around the globe, and you can find celebrations of varying sizes all over the world.
Question 3: How many signs are there in Chinese astrology?
Correct Answer: 12
Fact: Just as there are 12 signs in Western astrology, there are 12 in the Chinese zodiac. Unlike the Western version, every sign in the Chinese zodiac is represented by an animal. What's your Chinese zodiac sign?