[Remind-Fans] Lunar Calendar

Tony Sim y2s1982 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 26 10:27:30 EST 2010

I'm sorry.  I don't mean to spam, and I certainly need to be less hasty when
posting, but
turns out, hebrew and chinese calendars are in fact different types of
lunisolar calendars.

so, back to the original questions: are there ways to use remind with
chinese lunisolar calendar?  if so, how would i set the date?

and thanks for reading my very spammy request.

On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 12:23 AM, Tony Sim <y2s1982 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Oh wait, I think I made a mistake. haha
> I just did a research on what I thought of as a lunar calendar and found
> out that it's really the lunisolar calendar, which is represented in remind
> as the hebrew calendar.  I had no idea haha
> well, still, the question stands: how do i set a date using lunisolar
> dates?  and would i need to follow the Hebrew convention for it?  is there a
> way to simply use numbers to denote appropriate month?
> On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 12:12 AM, Tony Sim <y2s1982 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Are there any way to use remind with Lunar Calendar days?
>> I'm trying to use it with Korean holidays and few other birthdays (some
>> more traditional people still only honor their birthdays in lunar years in
>> Korea), but I can't figure out how to put them in short of finding out their
>> dates manually using external calendar tools... which sort of sucks :(
>> So are there any way of making use of Lunar Calendar days to mark a date?
>> Notice, I don't need to produce a calendar that follows Lunar calendar
>> dates.  I just want to mark dates that are represented only in Lunar
>> calendar.  Does this make sense?  and if so, are there any such way?

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