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The Great Chinese Festival from Foodpanda!

This is Chinnnaaaaaaaaaaa! Okay, no, it isn’t. But it might as well be. Foodpanda.pk promises you a taste of all your favorite Chinese dishes at fabulous prices. 82 more words

Food

Tea (回家喝茶...)

I’ve written a post about tea before. Ever since that first time I experienced Gong Fu Cha in an unexpected, serene tea house, I have been hooked. 548 more words

Expat

18th and 19th Century: Chinese Festival and the 1754 Riot at Drury Lane Theatre

Drury Lane Theatre became known for many things, and among them a remarkable riot that occurred in November of 1755. The forebodings of it began in the summer of 1755 when David Garrick, an English actor, playwright, and theatre manager, entered into an agreement with the renowned French dancer and balletmaster Jean-Georges Noverre. 81 more words

Reblogs

Things you need know about Mid-Autumn Festival

As one of the most important traditional Chinese festivals, Mid-Autumn Festival, falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, Sept 8 this year. 366 more words

2014 Super Full Moon and Chinese Mid-Fall Moon Festival

 

The “Supermoon” is not an astronomical term. It’s from modern astrology. Astrologer Richard Nolle defined a new or full moon which occurs with the moon at or near (within 90% of) its closest approach to Earth. 114 more words

Chinese Festival

Niagara Falls Mission Trip – part 3: Canada

The final part of our trip: Canada! The drive from my house to Niagara Falls is about 5.5-6 hours either way – driving through Pennsylvania/New York, or driving through Canada/Michigan. 240 more words

Travel

Mid-Autumn // Moon Festival


The Mid-Autumn/(Moon) Festival is an official harvest festival celebrated by the Chinese and the Vietnamese. It’s celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month and this year it falls on, 8th September. 240 more words

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