The time of fasting in 2018: May 16, 2018, lunar New Year , Wednesday,April 2018,
The Time of Fasting in 2018: June 15, 2018, Lunar New Year, Friday, May 2018.
The beginning and end of the month of Ramadan are based on the appearance of the crescent moon. The Islamic chief looks up at the sky in the mosque’s evangelical building. If a slender moon is seen, the month of Ramadan begins. And since the time for the crescent moon to see is different, the time for different Islamic countries to enter Ramadan is not exactly the same. At the same time, because the Islamic calendar is about 355 days a year, which is about 10 days away from the Gregorian calendar, Ramadan has no fixed time in the Gregorian calendar.