The tradition of eating Laba rice porridge on on this festival started since Song dynasty about 900 years ago.
Mongolian Naadam Festival is the highlight of all these festivals and events that the country holds. It takes place on the 11-12th July annually. The Naadam festival, or eriyn gurvan nadaam, is the biggest festival
The annual Water-Splashing Festival is most important holiday of the Dai people. Held during the sixth month of the Dai calendar, usually falling in the middle of April
The Mid-Autumn festival has many rich and ancient legends associated with it. These mythical tales enrich the festive atmosphere with interesting stories and histories and also adding a weave of mystery behind it.
The Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the two most important holidays in the Chinese calendar, the other being the Chinese Spring Festival. It symbolizes a time for family members and loved ones to get together to celebrate the festive season.
You have probably heard of the Chinese Lunar New Year but have you also heard about the lesser well-known Hungry Ghost Festival or otherwise known as Chinese Ghost Festival? Just as the Americans has the Halloween, the Chinese have their version of a ghost festival too.