Tag Archives: Chinese traditional culture

Welcome Back, Welcome Rooster Year 2017!

Welcome back everybody! Welcome back to work to make your dream, to make our dreams come true! After the longest holiday (15 days), our company resumed on Feb 5! (The ninth day of first month of Chinese Lunar Calendar) In … Continue reading

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Chinese Lantern Festival

Hello Everyone, Today is Chinese Lantern Festival,While Chinese people would like to eat sweet dumplings,symbolizing family completely round.After this Festival,the Chinese Spring Festival is end and everyone will start to work hard for the better life. In ancient times,Chinese people … Continue reading

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Chinese Spring Festival Arrangement

Dear Sir/Madam, The Chinese Lunar New Year is coming soon(Regarding this holiday, please browse this articleTraditions of Chinese New Year). Please be informed of our Spring Festival schedule as indicated below: Period: Feb 10, 2006 – Feb 25, 2006 Work … Continue reading

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Laba Zhou

In Chinese, Laba means ‘gold eighth’ and refers to the traditional start of celebrations for the Chinese Lnuar New Year – the eighth day of the last lunar month. On this day a special hot rice porridge, called Laba Zhou, … Continue reading

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Winter begin in China

Today it’s “MidWinter” in China, according to Chinese Lunar Calendar. Astronomically, it is the beginning of winter in China, though it’s already winter in North and South Center part of China. Although the distance between the Sun and the Earth … Continue reading

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The Double Ninth Festival

Today is the ninth day of the ninth lunar month in China —the Double Ninth Festival (Simplified Chinese┬╣, also in Traditional Chinese:┬áChung Yeung Festival in Hong Kong), sometimes named as “The Adult Day“. It is a traditional Chinese holiday, mentioned … Continue reading

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