Celebrate Chinese New Year 2016 – the Year of Monkey!
Chinese New Year falls on February 8, 2016. According to Chinese zodiac, it is the Year of the Monkey. If you plan to visit China during the spring festival holiday, it will be a special cultural experience to celebrate the traditional Chinese New Year with the locals. Things to Do in Chinese New Year 1.
Happy Dragon Boat Festival 2012!
On June 23th, 2012 is the annual Dragon Boat Festival. This is one of the most important on Chinese Lunar Calendar, which has more than 2,000 years of history. To celebrate this traditional festival and make more people know about the folk custom, many activities are hold during this 3-day holiday of Dragon Boat Festival.
China Celebrates Children’s Day on June 1
In China, children are celebrated yearly on June 1. The whole country celebrates with cards, presents, special foods, parades, and other activities. Although schools remain open, children do not attend class and are free of homework.
2011 Dragon Boat Festival: Are You Ready to Join in ?
Dragon boat festival, also known as Double Fifth Day, falls on the 5th day of the 5th month of Chinese lunar calendar. It is one of the traditional festivals in China, which has more than 2,000 years of history. Traditionally, it is in memory of a great patriot poet, Qu Yuan, of the State of
2010 Harbin Winter Tour; 2011 Harbin Ice & Snow Festival
Harbin is China’s northernmost major city, with a population in excess of 10 million, and over 4 million in the city center.
Harbin today is still very much influenced by its Russian past. A city once under Russian rule, it is now a center of trade with that country.