9 Things You May Not Know about Start of SpringFebruary 3, 2017The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. Start of Spring (Chinese: 立春), the first solar term of the year, begins this year on Feb 3 and ends on ...
Chinese Lunar Calendar Shows 384 Days in the Year of RoosterJanuary 29, 2017People in China use two calendars: the widely-used solar calendar, better known abroad as the Gregorian calendar, and the Chinese lunar calendar.
Dinner of Reunion and Luck During Spring FestivalJanuary 28, 2017Since this year is the Year of the Rooster, chicken will undoubtedly be the center of attraction at the table for the Spring Festival Eve dinner in Guangdong.
Gifts of Love and Care for Chinese Lunar New YearJanuary 25, 2017As the most important festival in China, the Lunar New Year is not only a time to get together with families but also an occasion to show them love and care.
Learning by Helping: College Students' Experiences as VolunteersJanuary 25, 2017This past summer, when most Chinese college students were dazzled by choices of holiday plans, Wang Chaodi jumped into one of the hottest travel trends, "voluntourism" for an...
Farm, Foreign Food Hot Buys for Spring FestivalJanuary 25, 2017Online sales for Spring Festival are booming, and products from rural China and overseas are hot, according to e-retailers and consultants.
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