China’s Moon signs will change from January to February

A lunar eclipse is a rare sight in China, and for many, a month without a full moon is like a bad dream.

That’s why the Chinese astrology website astrology.com has launched a new calendar that looks to make the lunar eclipse more memorable.

The calendar, which is based on a calendar system from the Middle Kingdom, will feature an extra month of January, February, March, and April.

It also includes the first full moon of the new calendar, called New Moon.

The lunar eclipse was first documented by Chinese astronomer Liu Wenwu, who used lunar eclipses to chart the evolution of the moon during the Shang Dynasty.

In the late 1600s, a Chinese scientist named Wu Teng, who died in 1796, published a work that included the first comprehensive astronomical catalog.

That work is known as the “Xu Zhongyuan,” or “Book of the Moon.”

The Moon eclipses occur when the moon passes directly between Earth and the sun.

The Sun, in turn, appears as a white dot, which can be seen in the northern sky from Beijing.

This white dot is known in Chinese as “shenshu,” or a white moon.

The lunar eclipse occurs about a third of the way through the eclipse, so the full moon will occur only about the time the Sun is directly between the Earth and Moon.

While the lunar eclipsing is a relatively rare event, it has been observed in more than 10,000 years.

The eclipse is usually followed by a lunar eclipse, which occurs when the Moon is completely behind the Sun, but with the Sun’s shadow still in the sky.

This happens about two months later, but can also happen in the spring or fall, depending on the time of year.

For the past year, Chinese astrologers have been studying the Moon eclipsing as a way to predict when the next full lunar eclipse will occur, and how the Moon will appear in the eastern sky.

This new calendar will feature a calendar that will allow users to view the dates of lunar eclipsions in the Eastern Hemisphere, but it will not include the full lunar eclipsion.

“In our new lunar calendar, we will feature the first two months of January and February, with the third month of March,” the astrology site’s website explains.

“With the addition of the full-moon, we can predict the next lunar eclipse and see how it will affect the world.”

New Moon will occur on January 22, 2019.

The first full lunar lunar eclipse takes place on March 15, 2020.