Chinese New Year takes place on 5 February this year.
The exact date changes every year because it originates from 2600 BC, when people followed the lunar calendar.
On the eve of Chinese New Year, families gather for a reunion dinner, which is one of the most important meals of the year. People have been known to travel all over the world to be with their families, and it is expected that Chinese people will make nearly three billion trips from February to March.
This coming Chinese New Year will be the year of the pig.
So how do you find out your zodiac sign?
There are 12 Chinese zodiac signs that, sensibly, rotate every 12 lunar years.
The Chinese zodiac signs are dog, rooster, monkey, goat, horse, snake, dragon, rabbit, tiger, ox, rat, and pig
Your Chinese zodiac sign comes from your birth year.
The Chinese New Year moves between 21 January and 20 February, so if you're born in January or February you may have to look it up to check.
But largely, speaking, these will be your signs, working backwards.