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Every year from April 13th to the 15th is a joyous time for millions of Cambodian, Lao, Thai, and Burmese people. It’s a time for traditional festivities and cultural events. People from these countries around the world celebrate their New Year in April, which coincides with the end of the harvesting season, when farmers celebrate the New Year with their families, and enjoy some relaxation and their fruits of labor before the rainy season starts again. At this time, people from the rural areas who are working in the city usually return home to celebrate the festival with families and friends. The Cambodian, Lao, Thai, and Burmese New Year is usually a three-day public holiday in these countries. For the standard three-day celebration, the first day of the festival is New Year’s Eve, and the last day marks the beginning of the New Year. In some areas, the festivities can go on for an entire week. This year is the Year of the Rooster. People born in the Year of the Rooster are beautiful, kind-hearted, hard-working, courageous, independent, humorous and honest. They like to keep their homes neat and organized. On the other side, they might be arrogant, self-aggrandizing, persuasive to others and wild, and might admire things or persons blindly. Apart from 2017, the Year of the Rooster includes the years 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005 and 2029.