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Let the Year of the Goat Begin - Chinese New Year Traditions

Every year around Jan/Feb, Chinese communities around the world are joined in celebrating the most important holiday of the year – Lunar New Year. According to Chinese astrology, each year (starting from Chinese New Year) is associated with an animal sign, occurring in a 12-year cycle. 1,168 more words

Asian Traditions

5 Curious Facts About Chinese Temples

What I like about Penang is it’s cultural blend and the fact that its 3 different groups co-exist in, what is seems to be, a full harmony. 1,173 more words

Asian Traditions

Cupping - Did you ever tried?

Another way to detox your body: Cupping

Since I moved to my new home, I have come across several Chinese medical shops that are around my new neighbourhood. 1,056 more words

Health

Nonya Rice Dumplings

Dumpling Festival came and went.

5 days before the festival, I had a spur of the moment desire to make my own glutinous rice dumplings. 1,612 more words

Recipes

Vice's Fresh Off The Boat With Eddie Huang: Mongolia (Part 2)

For the second part of “Fresh Off The Boat With Eddie Huang: Mongolia,” Eddie makes his way over to a local meat market in Ulan Bator, attends a Mongolian metal festival, and visits the country’s first modern restaurant where he learns how to make khorkhog. 18 more words

Entertainment

Vice's Fresh Off The Boat With Eddie Huang: Mongolia (Part 1)

In the second season’s premier of “Fresh Off The Boat With Eddie Huang,” Eddie makes his first pit stop in Mongolia, where he celebrated the¬†Naadam festival by participating in the “three manly sports” —¬†archery, horse racing, and Mongolian wrestling. 17 more words

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Experiences of an Asian: The traditions and superstitions

After experiencing wintery Edmonton, AB for a few years, my dad thought that it was better if my family (parents, sister, youngest uncles, and grandparents) relocated to Vancouver B.C., where the warm weather was better suited for my aging grandparents. 357 more words

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