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Chinese Traditional Festival: Winter Solstice Festival

On December 22nd, 2017, China in the other side of the Pacific is celebrating a festival — Winter Solstice. Winter Solstice is not only an important… 624 more words


The Chinese way of celebrating the Mid-autumn Festival (3 min read)

Every year the mid-autumn or the moon festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month on the lunar calendar which corresponding to September to October of the Gregorian calendar and is celebrated in China, Korea and Vietnam. 679 more words


Auckland Lantern Festival, Feb 2017 (and lots of rambling about Wordpress)

OMGOMGOMG this post took so long to produce. Like, over a week! I went to the festival on the 11th, and I’m only posting it now. 923 more words


Something you may be interested at about The Lantern Festival

Hi, my name is Jinming Li and I am from China. Today I want to show you something about The Lantern Festival. As you all know, The Spring Festival is the first day of the Lunar calendar New Year. 273 more words

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Chinese Lantern Festival

Here again. ! Time to Chinese Lantern Festival

It is considered as the first most important festival in China, during every especially in some traditional regions like my hometown “Swatow”, in the east of Guangdong Province. 228 more words


Chinese New Year Sensory Bin

After so many rounds of different activities that I tried out the past months, I figured that sensory bins, play dough kits, and tinker trays work best for us. 251 more words


Happy Chinese "little" new year - make sure your kitchen god is drinking well!

The Year of the Rooster is nearing (28th February 2017), but the celebrations are well under way. The advent of the Chinese new year starts about a week before New Year’s Eve, known as the “little” new year. 184 more words

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