Every Country's New Year Doesn't Fall On 1st January, These Few Are Exceptions

Happy New Year! 

Whoa! It's just a couple of months to the New Year's day, and most of us are already with the plans to celebrate it. Isn't it?
People who use the Gregorian calendar officially celebrate New Year on January 1. But this is not the case with Chinese, Jews, Ethiopians.
Yes, their New Year falls on some other days and the way they celebrate is completely different than others. Head on to the story to know more and yeah, Happy New Year in advance!

Cover image depicts New Year celebration in Peru. Credits: learningenglishwithmichelle blog