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Qing Ming Festival...time of remeberance

Tomb-sweeping Day, which is also called Qingming (清明) Festival, is one of the most important festivals in China. It usually falls on April 4 or 5, the fifteenth day after the vernal equinox. 670 more words

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The Lantern Fetival/Chinese Valentine’s Day

The Lantern Festival (Yuan Xiao 元宵節—yuán xiāo jié) marks the first full moon of the new lunar year and the close of the Chinese New Year. 733 more words

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The end of December 2013 brought magnificent beings that I did not know of nor had ever seen or heard of: The Three Pure Ones. 388 more words


The Most Popular Chinese Traditional Festival — Spring Festival

The Origin of Spring Festival

One day in 2,000 B.C., Shun ascended the throne and led his subordinates to worship heaven and earth. Since then, people have regarded this day as the… 854 more words


How to Celebrate Chinese New Year in the Philippines

Chinese New Year 2018 is coming very soon and this year the Year of the Dog is being celebrated. During this time, Chinese or not, anyone who wishes to witness the celebration or even just wants to be lucky in the next 365 days are invited to join. 986 more words

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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