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  • Autumn Equinox
    Features and traditions about Autumn Equinox In China, the lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The solar terms were created thousands of years ago to guide agricultural production and function even now. The 16th solar term of the year is Autumn Equinox (Chinese: Qiu Fen), which begins on Sep 23 and ends on Oct 7 in 2015. Au... Read more>>
  • White Dew
    Features and traditions about White Dew In China, the lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The solar terms were created thousands of years ago to guide agricultural production and function even now. The 15th solar term of the year is White Dew (Chinese: Bai Lu), which begins this year on Sept 8 and ends on Sept 23. Whit... Read more>>
  • Start of Autumn
    Features and traditions about Start of Autumn In China, the lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The solar terms were created thousands of years ago to guide agricultural production and function even now. The 13th solar term of the year is Start of Autumn (Chinese: Li Qiu), which begins on Aug 8, 2015 and ends on Aug 22, 2015... Read more>>
  • Grain in Ear
    Features and traditions about Grain in Ear In China, the lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The solar terms were created thousands of years ago to guide agricultural production and people’s lifestyles even now. Grain in Ear (Chinese: mangzhong), the 9th term of the year, begins on June 6 and ends on June 20 in 2015. Gra... Read more>>
  • Grain Buds
    Features and traditions about Grain Buds In China, the lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The solar terms were created thousands of years ago to guide agricultural production even now. Solar terms are also useful today to guide people’s lives through special foods, cultural ceremonies and even healthy living tips. Gra... Read more>>
  •  Grain Rain
    Features and traditions about Grain Rain In China, the lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The solar terms were created thousands of years ago to guide agricultural production and function even now. The 6th solar term of the year is Grain Rain (Chinese: Gu Yu), which starts on April 20 and ends on May 5 in 2015. The Gra... Read more>>
  • Four Symbols
    Four Mythological Creatures in China In Chinese Constellations, there are four mythological creatures guard the world in four directions, which are named ‘Four Symbols’ or ‘Four Mythological Symbols’ (‘Si Xiang’ in Chinese). They are the Azure Dragon, the Vermilion Bird, the White Tiger, and the Black Tortoise. As recorded in ... Read more>>
  • Qingtuan
    Features and traditions about Clear and Bright In China, the lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The solar terms were created thousands of years ago to guide agricultural production and function even now. The 5th solar term of the year is Clear and Bright (Chinese: Qing Ming), which starts on Apr 5 and ends on Apr 20 in 2015.... Read more>>
  • Spring Equinox
    Features and traditions about Spring Equinox In China, the lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The solar terms were created thousands of years ago to guide agricultural production and function even now. The 4th solar term of the year is Spring Equinox (Chinese: Chun Fen), which begins on begins on Mar 21 and ends on Apr 4 in ... Read more>>
  •  Awakening of Insects
    Features and traditions about Awakening of Insects In China, the lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The solar terms were created thousands of years ago to guide agricultural production and function even now. The 3rd solar term of the year is Awakening of Insects (Chinese: Jing Zhe), which begins on begins on Mar 6 and ends on Ma... Read more>>
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