Celebrating the Birth of a Child in Chinese Culture
For the Chinese, celebration of the birth of a child occurs one month after the child is born and never before.
Childbirth in Chinese Culture
As in most cultures, having a child is an important social and family event. The Chinese culture is rich in various rituals and beliefs around this important time of any family´s life.
Chinese Army Day
A brief article about the Army Day in China which is celebrated throughout the nation on August 1st.
Chinese Gift Customs for Major Life Events
Some gift giving customs for new babies, weddings, and birthdays.
Chinese New Year
How Chinese celebrate the New Year
Chinese Valentine's Day
The story behind the Double Seventh Festival in China.
Link to articles that talk about the Chinese Wedding Ceremony.
Double Ninth Festival
Double Ninth Festival or Seniors’ Day is celebrated in China on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month. This article is about the story of this traditional festival.
Free eCards from chinatown.com.au [offsite link]
Some free e-Cards from Australia´s ChinaTown. This site even features the famous "turning of the year".
Fun Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Years
Chinese New Years is about friends and families. Even if you´re not Chinese, you can still enjoy the festivities of this holiday. Here are some neat ideas that you can do with your friends and loved one during this weekend to enjoy Chinese New Years!
History of Teacher's Day in China
The history of Teachers' Day in China.
Chinese celebrate the good harvest with Laba Festival
Lantern Festival (Yuanxiao Festival)
The history and customs of Chinese Lantern Festival.
Chinese are celebrating one of the most important festivals of Chinese Culture, Mid-Autumn Festival. It’s celebrated on the 15 th day of the 8th month of lunar calendar.
More About Chinese New Years
More information about Chinese New Years and wonderful book that´s kid-friendly to discuss this important day in Chinese culture.
Pure Brightness Festival
The story of Chinese Pure Brightness Festival.
Spring Dragon Festival
Celebrating the rainfall.
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