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Festivals & Celebrations

Chinese Spring Festival, Lantern Festival, Dragon Boat (Duanwu) Festival, Mid-autumn Day (Moon Festival), Tomb-sweeping Day (Qingming), Qi xi Xie(Chinese Valentine's Day) ... show a long history and profound culture of china...

  • Naning International Folk Song Art Festival

    Legend has it that Guangxi known as the “sea of songs,” is the hometown of Third Sister Liu, a famous folk song singer. In November every year, the green city of Nanning in south China gathers artists from all parts of China and other countries and

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  • How the Tibetans Spend New Year

    The New Year’s Festival is called losar in Tibetan Language. Being one of the most important festivals in Tibet, this festival is a feast of thanksgiving, and usually celebrated from mid-February to early March. Different from the Han Chinese people

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  • Guizhou Sister Rice Festival

    Also in anticipation of the Sisters’Rice Festival,the grandmothers, mothers and other female relatives polish and shine the collection of silver neck rings,bracelets,anklets,earrings,hair pins and combs,rings and pendants,phoenix crowns and headpiec

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  • Luoyang Peony Festival

    During the peony festival,Luoyang holds a wide variety of activities, such as a large-scale theatrical performance,peony fairs,lantern fairs, the exhibitions of calligraphy,paintings and photos,symposiums and trade talks.

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  • Tibetan New Year Celebration

    Tibetan New Year is also called Losar. Losar is the Tibetan word for "new year." Lo means "year, age" and “sar” holds the semantic field "new, fresh". Losar is the most important holiday in Tibet, like the Spring Festival ..

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  • Mid-Autumn Festival

    Mid-Autumn Festival, is one of the four traditional Chinese festivals (others are Spring Festival, Tomb-sweeping Day, Dragon Boat Festival). It is a popular harvest festival celebrated by Chinese people dating back ....

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  • Traditional Chinese Festivals

    Spring Festival, popularly called 'Guo Nian' in Chinese and means passing year in English, is the most widely observed festival throughout the year in the whole country.

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  • Chinese Spring Festival

    Spring Festival, popularly called 'Guo Nian' in Chinese and means passing year in English, is the most widely observed festival throughout the year in the whole country.

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