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  • Lantern Festival
    Features and traditions about Lantern Festival Lantern Festival (called Yuanxiao Festival) is title="China">China respectively. And the way to make them also varies between northern and southern China. A meaning of family reunion and happiness may be felt from the round shape and name of the rice balls. Guessing lantern riddles When it come... Read more>>
  • Winter Solstice
    Features and traditions about Winter Solstice 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 22nd solar term of the year is Winter Solstice (Chinese: Dong Zhi), which begins title="Hangzhou">Hangzhou residents t... Read more>>
  • traditions about Major Snow
    Features and traditions about Major Snow 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 21st solar term of the year is Major Snow (Chinese: Da xue), which begins target="_blank" title="China">China and is h... Read more>>
  • Chinese Bamboo culture
    Bamboo, a noble plant in Chinese culture In Chinese culture, bamboo is a symbol of oriental beauty. It represents the character of moral integrity, modesty and loyalty. It also stands as an example of elegance. The Chinese love bamboo, and bamboo culture has been rooted in their minds for a long time. Well known as the ‘kingdom of bamb... Read more>>
  • Features and traditions about Autumn Equinox
    Features and traditions about Autumn Equinox Autumn Equinox is the 16th solar term of the year. It begins target="_blank" title="China">China have entered the cool autumn. When the cold air southward meets the declining warm and wet air, precipitation is the result. The temperature also drops frequently. Eating Qiucai In South China, ther... Read more>>
  • Sanfu, China’s dog days of summer
    Sanfu, China’s dog days of summer In the Chinese Lunar Calendar, Sanfu refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year, which are called Toufu, Zhongfu and Mofu. China now has entered Zhongfu, the second phase of Sanfu. Sanfu is between mid-July to mid-August. Chinese people some tradition... Read more>>
  • Chinese mythology: How the Heaven and the Earth were created
    Chinese mythology: How the Heaven and the Earth were created Travelling in China, a travel guide book may provide you all the information you need about Chinese culture, beliefs, history and myths. But fully understanding its inhabitants needs going further target="_blank" title="China tours">China tours every local would know that story, and if the topic co... Read more>>
  • Guan Yu, a defied Chinese Ares
    Guan Yu, a defied Chinese Ares Guan Yu (AD 160-219), the much-admired general in the Three Kingdom Period (AD 220-280) also reverently known to Chinese as Guan Gong (Lord Guan). He was not the smartest military man of his time, but Guan Yu has a legacy of loyalty, integrity, mercy and bravery - as depicted in China's classic nov... Read more>>
  • Explore Ancient Chinese Money
    Explore Ancient Chinese Money In ancient China, coins were used as currency instead of paper money. Ancient coins were mainly made of copper, iron, gold and silver with different shapes, weight and marks. Ancient coins played an important role in archaeology, as well as exploring the history of commercial and economy in ancient... Read more>>
  • Suanpan, the fifth invention in Chinese history
    Suanpan, the fifth invention in Chinese history The Chinese abacus, called Suanpan in Chinese, is an ancient calculating method with a history of over 2,500 years. Suanpan has two decks and more than seven rods. The upper deck, which is known as heaven, has two beads on each rod. These beads each have the value of five. There are five beads on t... Read more>>
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