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Mid-Autumn Festival

Feeling rather nostalgic :) My mum sent along a gorgeous lantern for the little one in conjunction with the Mid-Autumn Festival. After Chinese New Year, this is the second most important festival. 189 more words

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Mooncakes and Mid-Autumn Festival

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Happy Mid-Autumn Festival! You may have also heard it referred to as the ‘Moon’ Festival, or maybe even the Lantern Festival. So what is it, and how is it celebrated? 628 more words

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Yu's Garden Chinese Restaurant in Glen Ellyn Wishes You a Joyous Mid-Autumn Festival

As autumn approaches, Chinese throughout the world take time to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋节).  Also known as the Moon Cake Festival, this is a time for gathering with family and friends to celebrate the moon at its fullest.  341 more words

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15 Ghost Festival dos and don’ts

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Imagine eerie, deserted streets, flecked with abandoned coins and burnt money, grand offerings of fruit and hot food, and sticks upon sticks of slowly burning incense, left to stand solitarily in the moonlight. 565 more words

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Monday Musings 8.15.2016

Apologies for missing a week, but the amount of stuff that I have had in general these past two weeks has been ridiculous. To sum it up shortly, I finished up my physics classes at UD on Friday, emceed at the Chinese Festival of Delaware on Saturday, and have been working straight since then on my family’s installation of hardwood upstairs. 237 more words

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Qingming Festival

Qingming Festival is a traditional Chinese festival, which is also the most important festival for sacrifice, and it is 108 days after the winter solstice. The traditional Qingming Festival has been celebrated since Zhou Dynasty, which was about 2,500 years ago. 332 more words

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See this Giant Praying Mantis Made from straw

Giant straw-weaved mantis and snail welcome visitors to the Gaochun Int’l Jinhua Tourism Festival in Nanjing, east China’s Jiangsu Province. 29 more words

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