Check this calendar of events to discover Malaysia through its many religious and cultural festivals and celebrations of its multicultural and multi ethnic people
The mid autumn festival is a fascinating one, filled with Chinese cultural history. A delicious festival too, one can look forward these days to a variety of moon cakes - it is immense and delightful indeed. A warm...
Chinese New Year 2012 was Year of Dragon, one of the twelve ( 12 ) Chinese zodiac animals. What was in store for you?
Dussera is an Indian celebration, a festival marking the beginning of studies and of planting of crops. It also goes by the name of Vijayadashmi forms an integral unit of ten-day Navrathri festival.
There are many ways to honor the dead and the Chinese have their traditions that go back centuries to honor their relatives that have passed away. Chinese ancestor worship is still practiced in China and it is the way...
The Lunar New Year is celebrated by billions, mostly Chinese descent. The celebration is 15 days, starting the day of the 2nd new moon after winter solstice. Feb. 19, 2015 begins the Year of the Goat.
Information on the Chinese year of the Rooster and the personality traits of those born during the Rooster year.
Many people in Australia celebrate Chinese Year with banquets, family gathering, market visits and good luck rituals. People of non-Chinese background also enjoy the rich cultural celebration!
Filipino amulets or talisman called anting-anting, protects its wearer from dangers once empowered. But how one obtains an anting-anting? Holy Week is said the best time to hunt for anting-anting.
Everything you need to learn about the Dragon Boat Festival and how to teach it to kids. History, crafts, recipes, videos and resource books.