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.
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
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
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 introduction to the Mid Autumn to everyone, which starts on the 17th of September...
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...
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.
Dogs have long been helpers and pets for people everywhere. The Chinese recognize this by celebrating Day 2 of the Chinese New Year celebration as the birthday of dogs. Here is one dog's celebration
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.
Have you ever wonder what are the meanings of colors? Well in China, there are meanings to every color. The traditions and culture of the Chinese people are the subjects of so many studies and understanding by a lot of other people outside their...
Today is Lantern Festival. I introduce the common nature of Chinese festivals before noting the traditions of the Lantern Festival, including eating tang yuan, a glutinous rice flour ball.