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East Asian age reckoning originated in China and continues in limited use there along with Japan and Vietnam, and is still common in Korea. People are born at the age of one, i.e. the first year of lifetime using an ordinal numeral (instead of “zero” using a cardinal numeral), and on Chinese New Year or New Year’s Day one year is added to their age. That is, age is the number of calendar years in which they have lived. Since age is incremented at the beginning of the lunar or solar year, rather than on the anniversary of a birthday, people may be one or two years older in Asian reckoning than in the international age system.
Under the traditional reckoning in China, age changes on the first day of Chinese New Year. In Japan and South Korea, New Year’s Day is used as the date of change of age for the traditional system.
In either the traditional or modern age system the word sui (traditional Chinese: 歲; simplified Chinese: 岁; pinyin: suì), meaning “years of age”, is used for age counting. In Chinese usage, there are three different types of age reckoning systems: