Chinese Calendar January, 2004 - Gregorian Year 2004 translates to Chinese Year 4701

This is an interchangeable (Gregorian - Chinese) Calendar. Displayed below is the Chinese Calendar 2004 showing the month of January, along with traditional Chinese festival dates and holidays during January, 2004. According to Chinese zodiac, 2004 is the year of the Sheep as each year in Chinese calendar is represented by an animal.

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January - 2004
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  • Big bold numbers represent English date
  • Small number bottom left is the Chinese date

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Understanding the Chinese Calendar

The big bold numbers are the Gregorian dates for the month of January and the small numbers below them represent the Chinese calendar dates. Use the Blue arrows to navigate to next month and use the drop-down box to choose another Year/Month.

Festivals and Important Days in January (Bing-Zi(Rat) - Yi-Chou(Ox))

Traditional Chinese Festivals and other Events during the month of (January) :

  • 01 Thu
    Gregorian New Year
  • 02 Fri
    Nature Day
  • 22 Thu
    New Year

Even today Chinese calendar is being followed by the people of East Asian countries to determine their traditional festivals. Chinese New Year is based on the Chinese Calendar. The Chinese Zodiac relates 12 animals to each Calendar year.

This is a dynamic online Chinese Calendar 2004 created based on user input. This webpage shows the Chinese Calendar along with traditional chinese festival dates of 2004.