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East to West: Cultural Shift - China's Mooncake Festival.

So, we all celebrated the Chinese New year with a Bang. We did welcome the year of the Goat.  Oh, by the way Happy Lunar Year to every one. 379 more words

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East to West: Cherry Blossom festival

The coming of the cherry blossoms (sakura) is one of the happiest events in Japan. First and foremost it heralds the coming of spring, which is a delight since winters in Japan are bone-chilling cold. 253 more words

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Friday Photo 2015-10

What would you use as a caption?

Here is a continuation of the Friday photo. Let’s see what captions we can generate. Leave a thought or two in the comments and as always, thanks for stopping by.


Where to Celebrate the Chinese New Year in London

The Year of the Sheep is just around the corner, with the Chinese New Year starting on Thursday 19th February. With hundreds of thousands of people heading to Chinatown, Trafalgar Square and Shaftesbury Avenue from 19th to 22nd February, it’s time to celebrate in style and join in on some of the incredible festive events and celebrations. 457 more words

Cha Cha Moon

Kung Hei Fat Choi

Kung Hei Fat Choi (gōng xǐ fā cái) is traditional Chinese New Year greeting meaning: Congratulations and best wishes for a prosperous New Year!

Chinese all around the world are celebrating “Chinese New Year” today. 313 more words


Day 9 – Topic 9 : Mom’s Thoughts (3)

22 December 2014 Monday, 2014年12月22日周一. Part 3/3 of of Mom’s thoughts.

Part 1. New Words from Mom

  1. 冬至 dōng zhì = winter solstice / Dongzhi Festival…
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Winter Solstice in China

The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. Winter Solstice, the 22nd solar term of the year, begins this year on Dec 22 and ends on Jan 6. 816 more words