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魚上冰 〜 The Fish Swims Upwards

In three previous posts, I have mentioned that the traditional East Asian Calendar divides a year into 24 Solar Terms, based on the position of the Sun on the Celestial Longitude. 317 more words

Chinese Culture

Friday Five...Milford Track and Li Chun

Li Chun. It’s a day in the Chinese calendar traditionally significant for farmers looking for a bountiful harvest. It’s the first day of Spring in the Chinese calendar. 639 more words

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立春 〜 The Dawn of Spring

Today is the start of the Spring in traditional Chinese Calendar. It is commonly known as Li Chun (立春).

Li Chun was very important in Ancient China. 121 more words

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Li ch'un - inizio della primavera - da 4/2 a 18/2 2016

Ecco che finalmente inizia il nuovo anno secondo il calendario cinese. Non solo, inizia anche la primavera (se vi ricordate, le stagioni cinesi sono “centrate” sugli eventi astronomici e quindi l’equinozio di primavera per loro rappresenta il centro del periodo primaverile). 783 more words

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Li Chun 立春 2016

Last updated: 04/02/2016 658pm

Li Chun立春 is the actual start of a year in traditional astrology. The 1st day of the Solar calendar is Li Chun 立春, the “beginning of Spring”, which is on 4th of the Gregorian calendar 阳历. 207 more words

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Mad rush to deposit money.....

Li-Chun or Spring Solstice usually arrives at February 4 in the western calendar.   It signals the beginning of a new solar year based on the relative location of the earth to the sun.    430 more words

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What's in a lemon?

Today is Li Chun 立春, the first of the 24 solar terms of the Chinese calendar. Li Chun literally means the start of spring and it is usually on 4th or 5th of February. 256 more words

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