The Holidays are upon us! Bet you’re excited! Want to know how to say Christmas in Chinese for the occasion? Feeling curious to know how Christmas and the Holidays are celebrated in China? Read on below to discover purrfect words in Chinese for the Holidays! Better yet, there’s a special free world on Ninchanese so you can learn those words. Let’s learn how to wish everyone happy holidays in Mandarin Chinese!
How to say Christmas in Chinese
First things first, let’s see how to write Christmas in Chinese.
Shèng Dàn jié
That’s how you say Christmas in Chinese: 圣诞节 / Shèng Dàn jié.
To talk about Christmas Eve, you say:平安夜, [Píng ān Yè], which literally means: the Safe and Sound eve.
That’s also how you say “Silent Night” in Chinese. And yes, the famous Christmas Carol “Silent Night” is called 平安夜, [Píng ān Yè] in Mandarin!
Píng ān Yè
To write Merry Christmas in Chinese characters, you want to add the word 快乐, which means happy.
So to say Merry Christmas in Chinese language, you’ll say:
Shèng Dàn jié kuài lè
Celebrate Christmas in Chinese with a special world!
Christmas in China
Christmas in China is not quite celebrated the way other Christian-oriented countries celebrate it. Still, the holiday is becoming more and more popular in Chinese, so we’ve put together something special for the occasion: a Christmas-centric Mini-Course on Ninchanese!
Spend Meowy Holidays on Ninchanese!
In this special mini-world, you’ll experience how the Chinese celebrate Christmas. You’ll also learn the purrfect words and phrases you need to know to celebrate Christmas in Chinese and enjoy the holidays!
The special world dedicated to the Holidays is now available on the App and free for all Nincha learners (that can be you! Just sign up!). This Merry Holiday world is available for a limited time only: from the 20th of December 2021 to the 3rd of January 2022.
All those that will have finished these Holiday Stages by that date will earn a Nincha Holiday Badge! Make your friends and fellow Nincha learners envious with this exclusive badge! What are you waiting for? 🙂 Click below to get started!
You will be learning these words in Chinese for the holidays
Ooh, you want to know what you’ll be learning in these stages? Here are some of the words and phrases you’ll see:
节日 jié rì holiday; festival; holidays;
礼物 lǐ wù gift; present;
祝 zhù to wish; to express good wishes;
快乐 kuài lè happy; merry;
新年 xīn nián New Year;
圣诞 Shèng dàn Christmas;
圣诞节 Shèng dàn jié Christmas; Christmas season; Christmas time;
圣诞老人 Shèngdàn Lǎorén Santa Claus; Father Christmas;
节日快乐 Jié rì kuài lè Happy Holidays;
圣诞快乐Shèng dàn kuài lè Merry Christmas;
新年快乐 Xīn nián kuài lè Happy New Year.
Discover the rest and learn how to use these holiday words and phrases in Chinese in the Special Christmas World on Ninchanese! It’s free!
More Christmas in Chinese Words
Want to go beyond the special Christmas Mini-World on Ninchanese? No problem! With the Nincha Decks, you can create as many vocabulary lists as you want about Christmas and the holidays in Chinese to go with it!
Learn Christmas greetings in Chinese, explore more Christmas Words in Chinese, focus on Christmas meals… The World’s your Oyster so go wild!
Here are 16 more Christmas Words to get you started – purrfect for your first Holiday-themed Nincha Deck!
Chinese Words to put yourself in the Christmas Spirit
|圣诞气氛||Shèngdàn qìfēn||Christmas spirit|
|降临节日历||Jiàng lín jié rì lì||Advent Calendar|
|圣诞树||Shèngdàn shù||Christmas Tree|
|圣诞灯||Shèngdàn dēng||Christmas Lights|
|圣诞市场||Shèngdàn shì chǎng||Christmas market|
|长筒袜||Cháng tǒng wà||stockings|
|圣诞歌||Shèngdàn gē||Christmas Carols|
|包装纸||bāo zhuāng zhǐ||wrapping paper|
|热葡萄酒||rè pútáojiǔ||Mulled Wine|
|圣诞拉炮||shèngdàn lā pào||feast, banquet|
Enjoy! And hopefully, learning these words will spark a little extra joy these holidays.
On this note,
The Nincha Team wishes you 圣诞快乐!
Have great holidays, everyone!
And one more thing…
With Ninchanese, you get a complete method to learn Chinese which has you speaking, reading, writing, and more in Chinese. What’s more, whether you’re a beginner or an advanced learner, there’s content your level on Ninchanese and plenty more to discover!
So, whether you already have a background in Chinese or not, you will enjoy a way of learning Mandarin, both enjoyable and effective.
Start using Ninchanese on the web, with your computer or tablet, or, for Chinese learning in your pocket and on the go, download the Ninchanese app from the Google Play Store.
The Nincha Team