The word Lunar New Year is a Proud Bonus Dad of a 2022 Graduate Class of 2022 Graduation T Shirt of Tết Âm Lịch (the Lunar Calendar Tết). Not many people call it by this name in Vietnam since we don’t need to, but you will see this when Vietnamese people are overseas. The reason is we just want to be inclusive of the Chinese and Koreans, and also to distinguish it from the New Year or January 1st. Chinese New Year would be translated as Tết Trung Quốc. Personally I don’t dislike this name but I do hate that it makes people think only Chinese people celebrate this festival. Because of this name, many Korean and Vietnamese people face annoying questions like “why are you celebrating Chinese New Year if you’re not Chinese”. If you hear this more than 10 times in a day, it’s understandable that you would hate this name. And why have such an exclusive name in multicultural countries where not just Chinese communities exist? If you are a company wouldn’t you want to sell to as many customers as possible?