Though the interface looks intimidatingly packed with information, Chinese Calendrics translates among Western calendar dates and dates on the Chinese calendars with ease. The program also displays important astronomical events such as moon phases. Those not versed in the details of the Chinese calendar system can consult the help file, which explains the measurement of the solar and lunar months. The program doesn't tell you what a water-chicken day, a water-sheep month, or a wood-rooster year means. On the plus side, it's quite stable. Even our best efforts to crash it by entering incorrect or nonsense data did nothing. If you need to translate between Western and Chinese solar and lunar calendars, Chinese Calendrics provides quick answers.
What's new in version 16.16
Version 16.16: better Windows 10 compatibility.
ReleaseMarch 23, 2018
Date AddedMarch 23, 2018
Operating SystemsWindows 10, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Me, Windows, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP
A program to convert between dates in Chinese, Vietnamese and Japanese lunar calendars and dates in the Gregorian and Julian calendars, and to find lunar new year's day and leap months for any year in the Asian calendars. Can list anniversaries of lunar dates such as birthdays. Supports 60-year, 60-month and 60-day cycles, and allows searching for dates and times of full moons, dark moons, solar terms, equinoxes, solstices and more.
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