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Celebrating Chinese New Year in Hong Kong
Jan.17

Celebrating Chinese New Year in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is a vibrant city that literally never sleeps, and is the perfect place to celebrate the Chinese New Year. As a bright-eyed tourist wandering about town during the festive season, you wouldn’t be left out in the cold as Hong Kongers don’t just celebrate at home, they bring the party downtown so you can join in the fun too. What’s the Chinese New Year about? Image Cre...
Mark Your 2017 Calendars for These Festivals in China
Jan.02

Mark Your 2017 Calendars for These Festivals in Ch...

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As 2016 draws to a close, let out the biggest sigh of relief and congratulate yourself and everyone around you for surviving a rather tumultuous year. As 2017 comes rolling along, it’s time to hit the refresh button and set a resolution to live it well, no matter what comes along. So, what better way than to mark your calendars for a year of celebrations and festivals? Here ar...
Ushering in the New Year in China
Dec.29

Ushering in the New Year in China

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Chinese New Year may be THE celebration in China, but that doesn’t mean you have nowhere to go for a good’ole countdown on the Roman calendar. Whether you’re up for a contemplative New Year’s Eve or a crazy night out, you can be sure that China’s cities and beyond will offer you the night to remember. Shanghai KTV the night away Grab your pals and hopefully some Chinese friend...
The Excitement at Huangteng Gorge (黄腾峡) Takes Away Annoyance
Oct.09

The Excitement at Huangteng Gorge (黄腾峡) Takes Away...

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Guangdong Province in October is still like in Summer, people all wear summer clothing in streets. If you want to grasp the tail of summer to experience the pleasure brought by outdoor water recreation, "Huangteng Gorge Ecological Tour Area" will be a perfect choice for you. Huangteng Gorge is 683 meters high, 8 kilo meters long. The winding gorge just like a flying ...
How Do Chinese People Celebrate Mid-autumn Festival
Sep.08

How Do Chinese People Celebrate Mid-autumn Festiva...

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There are many other names for Mid-autumn Festival, like “Middle August”, “Moon Festival”, or “Family Reunion Festival”. Traditional Mid-autumn Festival matters a lot in China. How on earth do Chinese celebrate Mid-autumn Festival ? Worship and enjoy the full moon Worshiping moon is carried out everytime on the eve of mid-autumn from Zhou dynasty(BC.1046-BC.256). Mooncakes, wa...
Tibetan Culture
Apr.28

Tibetan Culture

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Tibet is perhaps one of the most mysterious isolated locations along the Himalayan plateau that attracts many visitors from all over the world! The pure scenery and unique culture of Tibetans are one of the biggest highlights. Tibet’s culture is heavily influenced by Buddhism with the majority of arts, literature and music prevailing Buddhist beliefs. Tibetan Clothing Tibe...
Decorating for Chinese New Year
Feb.01

Decorating for Chinese New Year

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Decorating the house for Chinese New Year is similar to that of Christmas, only difference is that there are no trees or presents involved! The idea of decorating the house for Chinese New Year is getting rid of the old and welcoming the new. The decorations, plants and couplets are all symbolic for fortune and prosperity for the New Year. Kumquat Trees Kumquat Trees are po...
The Colorful Tin Hau Festival
Apr.27

The Colorful Tin Hau Festival

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The Tin Hau Festival (天后诞) is one among the most graceful celebrations of Hong Kong, conducted every year at Tin Hau temples. There are so many Tin Hau temples scattered across the island. Tin Hau is a deity known as the Goddess of the Sea. The story of the deity is strongly connected to the livelihood of Hong Kong’s local community, who had their life connected with the ocean...
Cheung Chau Bun Festival – A Festival with Buns and Lights!
Apr.27

Cheung Chau Bun Festival – A Festival with Buns an...

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Buns and lights everywhere! Think about a three giant 60-foot bamboo towers covered with buns! It is those buns-covered towers called “Bun Mountains” or “Bun Towers” that give the festival its name “Cheung Chau Bun Festival”. The festival is known for its traditional essence and considered as one of the best colorful Chinese festival celebrated on Cheung Chau Island in Hong Ko...
The Unique Marriage Customs of Sanjiang Dong Minority during Chinese New Year
Feb.05

The Unique Marriage Customs of Sanjiang Dong Minor...

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Sanjiang Dong Autonomous County is situated in north of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. It has several traditional Dong minority villages and is home to the largest population of Dong people in China. The beautiful natural scenery and rich folk customs have made Sanjiang County a hot tourist spot to get to know the Dong ethnic group. Dong featured attractions of wind and rai...