YEAR OF THE RAT: THINGS YOU’D WANT TO KNOW & DO À LA CHINESE

YEAR OF THE RAT: THINGS YOU’D WANT TO KNOW & DO À LA CHINESE »

23 Jan, 2020
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In 2020, being the YEAR OF THE METAL RAT, the New Year begins on the 25th of January, per the Gregorian calendar, and lasts five days through the 8th of February. Rats are clever and quick thinkers, successful but content with a layback life. They symbolize wealth and the beginning of a new day. The Chinese celebrate their New Year’s Eve with a “reunion dinner”, the most important meal of the year. After which, the children will receive red envelopes stuffed with money. The Lantern Festival signals the end of the Chinese New Year. . .

CHINA SERIES: PART I, TOWARDS A NEW CHINESE NEW YEAR!

CHINA SERIES: PART I, TOWARDS A NEW CHINESE NEW YEAR! »

25 Jan, 2019
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This year, Chinese New Year falls on Tuesday, February 5th, 2019. It is The Year of the Pig, celebrated by more than 20 percent of the world's population. To all the Chinese people worldwide, we wish you A HAPPY NEW CHINESE NEW YEAR!

YEAR OF THE BROWN EARTH DOG: CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS IN MADRID AND AROUND THE WORLD

YEAR OF THE BROWN EARTH DOG: CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS IN MADRID AND AROUND THE WORLD »

3 Feb, 2018
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Chinese New Year celebrations are becoming quite popular in Madrid where the Chinese are making their presence felt at a virtiginous speed. In point of fact, one sixth of the world celebrate the Chinese New Year and is fast becoming a global festival.

Five Must-Do’s to Become Prosperous During the Chinese Year of the Monkey

Five Must-Do’s to Become Prosperous During the Chinese Year of the Monkey »

5 Feb, 2016
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Prepare for the coming of the Year of the Monkey just the way the Chinese do, and get lucky, happy, and prosperous throughout the reign of the Monkey on the lunar calendar!

CHRONICLES OF A SOUTHEAST ASIAN SOJOURN – II

CHRONICLES OF A SOUTHEAST ASIAN SOJOURN – II »

25 Jan, 2014
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The second installment of writer Karen Blythe’s fascinating “Chronicles of a Southeast Asian Sojourn” talks about the celebration of the Chinese New Year off China