Chinese New Year – the Spring Festival

The Spring Festival, also known as the Chines New Year, is the most important Chinese festival celebrated each year. Many traditions have significant influence on people’s life. 
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Christmas: 20 facts you may not know


Every year around the world there are billions of people, even non-Christian, celebrate Christmas. The common traditions to many nations include the exchanging gifts, the installing and lighting of Christmas trees, the hanging of Advent wreaths, Christmas stockings, candy canes, and the creation of Nativity scenes depicting the birth of Jesus Christ etc. About Christmas, there are many stories and facts.

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Halloween: Culture, Facts & Business


As one of the most popular holiday in America, today Halloween has become widely known and a business opportunity in the world. In more and more countries influenced by US culture, the non-religious celebrations have been achieving some popularity especially among children and teenagers.

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You can you up – Chinoiserie : a short vocabulary about China

Blog-cover-chinoiserieChina has a long history and its special tradition and culture. With its fast development and economic rise, more and more people begin to learn Chinese language. On the other hand, more and more Chinese study, work and travel around the world. Just like me, they are very happy to introduce China to their foreign friends.   Continue reading