A spread features writers recalling their childhoods in China, from the ’60s through the ’80s. These brief essays follow the thread of China’s modernization and opening up, from the simple, hopeful lives of the Cultural Revolution to the first big influx of products
Traditional Chinese New Year Food is a symbol of prosperity, good luck, health and long life for everyone at the table. Each and every food, either by its appearance or the pronunciation of its name, symbolizes age old Chinese beliefs. Traditional Chinese New Year Food like dumplings, spring rolls, wishes good things for the coming year.
Chinese New Year or Spring Festival is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. Everyone, young and old, rich and poor, looks forward to celebrating the noisiest, most joyous and longest festival of the year.
The Year of 2010 is the Year of a Golden Tiger. It is a sign of courageous, active, and self-assured. Here are some Chinese New Year Greetings about Tiger that may come in handy this festive season!
During Chinese New Year, auspicious greetings are exchanged with family and friends.
May these auspicious symbols and greetings bring you lots of Fortune and Happiness this new year!
New Year Painting is a unique art form in Chinese folk culture, which is used to decorate doors, walls and windows on the Chinese New Year to invite heavenly blessings and ward off disasters and evil spirits.