Know the Chinese symbols and meanings to bring luck and prosperity with flowers such as plum blossom & daffodils, the Chinese symbol of prosperity for Chinese New Year celebration
In the absence of any source of entertainment, when a thick sheet of snow envelops the entire Lahaul valley in winters, the fanfare and gusto of festivals form an integral part of the local culture.
Chinese New Year is a major festival celebrated by Chinese & is associated with symbols & customs. It is important to have good auspicious symbols displayed during CNY such as tangerines & oranges
Chinese New Year is a 15 day long celebration. Chinese people don't just wish for prosperity, they eat for it as well! Names of festive dishes have tonal puns for luck, prosperity and longevity.
Chinese Lunar New Year also known as Spring Festival or Lunar New Year is celebrated by Chinese communities all over the world including in Malaysia. What's so special about this celebration?
Lantern Festival TingChang, CC-BY, via flickr Spring Festival, which is also known as Chinese New Year in many parts of the world, is perhaps the most important and grandiose among the many Chinese traditional festivals. Falling on the 1st day...
There are many holidays and festivals celebrated in the "Land of the Rising Sun" both some that are considered traditional in places around the world and some that are unique to Japan. New Year's Day or "Shogatsu" is considered the most important...
Lucky and Unlucky Numbers in Chinese Culture The study of Chinese culture is very interesting because they have so much superstitions and beliefs like numerology, using the laws of heaven and earth (astronomy and geography) -- "feng shui", choice...
Here you will find simple and easy craft projects and printables that children can make to celebrate Chinese New Year, the Year of the Monkey.
Chinese New Year 2012 was Year of Dragon, one of the twelve ( 12 ) Chinese zodiac animals. What was in store for you?