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July 30 2008(GMT+08:00)
Winter Solstice Festival
As early as 2,500 years ago, about the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 BC), China had determined the point of Winter Solstice by observing movements of the sun with a sundial. It is the earliest of...  Detail
July 29 2008(GMT+08:00)
Chinese Girl
Unlike Western girls who dream about having healthy and tanned skins, the Chinese girls like to keep their skin pale. So you will notice that there is array of whitening cosmetics products in the...  Detail
July 28 2008(GMT+08:00)
Lunar March 3 Festival
March 3 on the Chinese lunar calendar is a traditional festival celebrated by many nationalities with varying methods across China. Formerly known as the "Shangsi Festival," it is observed by the Han...  Detail
July 28 2008(GMT+08:00)
Pixiu, Coming with Fortune
Pixiu (also called Tianlu or Bixie) is one of the five auspicious animals of traditional Chinese culture (the other four are the dragon, phoenix, turtle and kylin). The Chinese people call it...  Detail
July 21 2008(GMT+08:00)
Duanwu Festival (Dragon Boat Festival)
The Duanwu Festival (in Mandarin Chinese pronunciation) or Tuen Ng Festival (in Cantonese Chinese pronunciation) is a Chinese traditional and statutory holiday. It is a public holiday in mainland...  Detail
May 21 2008(GMT+08:00)
The Chinese and The Moon
In Chinese minds, the moon is associated with gentleness and brightness, expressing the beautiful yearnings of the Chinese. On the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar, the moon is full...  Detail
May 21 2008(GMT+08:00)
Love in Tradition
In ancient China most of people got married with the help of a matchmaker and the arrangements of their parents. The man's side, led by the matchmaker, would visit the girl's family to confirm each...  Detail
May 21 2008(GMT+08:00)
Spring Festival
Every year when winter is about to end and spring is coming, the Chinese always grandly celebrate the first traditional festival in a year — the Spring Festival (New Year of lunar calendar). It...  Detail
May 21 2008(GMT+08:00)
Yuanxiao Festival
The 15th day of the first lunar month is the traditional Chinese Yuanxiao Festival. Because the first lunar month is also called “yuan” month; the night of the 15th day of yuan month is...  Detail
May 21 2008(GMT+08:00)
Qingming Festival
The Qingming (Pure Brightness) Festival is one of the 24 seasonal division points in China, falling on April 4-6 each year. After the festival, the temperature will rise up and rainfall increases. It...  Detail
May 21 2008(GMT+08:00)
Mid-Autumn Festival
Every the eighth month in the lunar calendar, is the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival in China; It is so called because it is in the middle of autumn; In China, the lunar calendar is divided into four...  Detail
May 21 2008(GMT+08:00)
Double Seventh Festival
The Double Seventh Festival, on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month, is a traditional festival full of romance. It often goes into August in the Gregorian calendar. This festival is in mid-summer...  Detail
May 21 2008(GMT+08:00)
Double Ninth Day
The Double Ninth Day is observed, as one of the traditional festivals, by Chinese on the 9th day of the 9th lunar month. It is known as Chong Yang Jie in Chinese because “Chong” means...  Detail
May 21 2008(GMT+08:00)
Chinese Festivals Overview
China is a country with a long history of about 5,000 years. In its ever-forward history course there have developed a good number of traditional festivals, which are of rich varieties and long...  Detail

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