WELCOME TO CHINESE CULTURE

One of the world's oldest cultures, tracing back to thousands of years ago

WELCOME TO CHINESE CULTURE

National Day
Nationwide traveling peak from Oct 1st to 7th regarded as the 'Golden Week'

Date:Oct.1st
Activities: Military parade and celebration on the Tiananmen Square in Beijing
Description:During National Holiday, lots of Chinese go traveling. It leads to a sea of people at attraction sites; train tickets difficult to get; flight tickets cost more than usual; and hotel rooms in short supply…

Mid-Autumn Day
It is a day for appreciating the bright full moon, and family reunion

Date:15th day in 8th lunar month, usually in Sep
Activities:Family reunion, appreciate the full moon, eat moon cakes
Description:On the festival day, family members gather to offer sacrifice to the moon, appreciate the bright full moon, eat moon cakes, and express strong yearnings toward family members and friends who live afar…

WELCOME TO CHINESE CULTURE
WELCOME TO CHINESE CULTURE

Dragon Boat Festival
To commemorate Qu Yuan, an ancient Chinese patriotic poet

Date:5th day in 5th lunar month, usually in Jun
Activities:Eat Zongzi, dragon boat race
Description:Dragon Boat Festival, also called Duanwu Festival, is a traditional holiday observed annually over 2,000 years in China to commemorate Qu Yuan (340-278 BC), an ancient Chinese patriotic poet…

Qingming Festival
Also known as Pure Brightness Festival or Tomb-sweeping Day

Date: Apr. 4th or 8th
Activities:Visit ancestors' tombs, spring outing
Description:Qingming Festival is an occasion of unique characteristics, integrating sorrowful tears to the dead with the continuous laughter from the spring outing…

WELCOME TO CHINESE CULTURE
WELCOME TO CHINESE CULTURE

Lantern Festival
It is regarded as the most recreational among all the Chinese festivals

Date:15th day in 1st lunar month, usually in Feb
Activities:Watch lanterns, eat glutinous rice dumplings, guess lantern riddles
Description:With a history of over 2,000 years, various traditional activities are held during Lantern Festival that appeal to people of different ages, including watching lanterns and fireworks, guessing lantern riddles, and eating yuanxiao…

Spring Festival
The grandest traditional festival in China, the longest public holiday

Date: 1st day in 1st lunar month, usually in Jan or Feb
Activities: Annual family reunion, eat dumplings, set off fireworks
Description: Being one of the traditional festivals, it is the time for the whole families to reunite together, which is similar with Christmas Day to the westerners……

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