The description of Chinese Calendar
It is said that Chinese Calendar is written by the Yellow Emperor, a legendary ruler. It changed its form for numerous time during different dynasties.
Chinese Calendar is a Chinese divination guidance and calendar, including a calendar based on the Chinese lunar year. It tells that what is suitable to do in each day. Most of Chinese people still follow these suggestions when they are considering weddings, ceremonies, funerals, etc.
Moreover, it's also used by many Chinese Fung Shui practitioners and destiny diviners to select dates and times for important events, such as marriages, official opening ceremonies, house moving as well as smaller events such as when to start renovations or travel.
This app contains information of the auspicious and inauspicious days for weddings, engagements and so on. In addition, it provides the auspicious time in which to carry out such activities.
Chinese Calendar provides a conversion of a year and date between the lunar year and the common year. The calendar will list eclipses (both solar and lunar), the start of each season, and the solar terms of a year.
Chinese Almanac Calendar Features:- Convert Gregorian Solar Calendar to Lunar Calendar- Directly input Solar/Lunar Date/Time to search- Solar Terms date & time- Animal Name of the year- Chinese & international Festival – Daily Chinese Zodiac Clash- Daily Suitable and unsuitable Activities- Hourly Luck Forecast- Chinese zodiac sunrise calendar- pchome 24h.yahoo,openrice,uber,months,week,Mark Six- Search for Good Dates of Business/Marriage/Long distance travel/Negotiation/Interview/Proposal/Renovation or repairing/Entering or moving to a new house or apartment,etc.
How to play Chinese Calendar on PC
Download and Install Nox App Player Android Emulator. Click here to download: Download（FREE）
Run Nox App Player Android Emulator and login Google Play Store
Open Google Play Store and search Chinese Calendar Download
Install Chinese Calendar and start it
Well done! Now you can play Chinese Calendar on PC, just like Chinese Calendar for PC version.