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You will need a properly installed Chinese font to see the Chinese characters. If you don't have Chinese font but do have the Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can view the PDF versions.
The following shows the Chinese calendar of the current Gregorian calendar month using simplified characters:
|January 2023 癸卯年正月小22日始|
|Sun 日||Mon 一||Tue 二||Wed 三||Thu 四||Fri 五||Sat 六|
|1 十二月初十||2 十一||3 十二||4 十三||5 小寒||6 十五||7 十六|
|8 十七||9 十八||10 十九||11 二十||12 廿一||13 廿二||14 廿三|
|15 廿四||16 廿五||17 廿六||18 廿七||19 廿八||20 大寒||21 三十|
|22 正月||23 初二||24 初三||25 初四||26 初五||27 初六||28 初七|
|29 初八||30 初九||31 初十|
You can also, for any year from 1645 to 7000, view the Chinese calendar for any given Gregorian calendar month or year:
However, accuracy will gradually decrease beyond 300 years from the Year 2000. For historical years, the returned calendar is accurate to astronomical events during that period but in a few cases may be different from what was actually used since the algorithms used in those times were less accurate.
Please note that the lunar month(s) in month header refers to new lunar month(s) to start in that solar month unless there is no new lunar month in that solar month in which case the header refers to the current running lunar month.
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