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Dongzhi Festival

| August 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Essence of Family on Dongzhi Festival When it happens: December 22 Where it happens: China History: The origin of the Dongzhi Festival can be traced back to the philosophy of yin and yang in the cosmos. After the celebration, people expect to have longer daylight hours which mean an increase in the flow of [...]

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Intro Music Festival,Beijing

| August 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Party with High Spirits at the Intro Music Festival When it happens: Late May Where it happens: Beijing, China History: Intro Music Festival was initiated by Acupuncture records. It revolves around the concept that music is an important piece that connects people. It also believes that electronic music is the sound of today’s era. Intro [...]

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Lunar New Year Fair, Hong Kong

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Go Floral at the Lunar New Year Fair, Hong Kong When it happens: January 17 to 23 Where it happens: Hong Kong ,China History: In Canton, at least one fair is celebrated in every district. This became a custom since the 1960s. The origin of the fair can be traced back during the Ming Dynasty. [...]

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Nadun Festival Tu Minority

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Building a Deeper Sense of Community in Nadun Festival When it happens: July 12 to September 15 Where it happens: China History: Nadun is an annual festival that reflects the shared origins of the northern nomadic people. For the Xianbei, it is celebrated as a gathering for leisure and fun in the spring. The Mongols, [...]

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Nine Emperor Gods Festival

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A Joyous Welcome and Send off Celebration at the Nine Emperor Gods Festival When it happens: September 1 to 9 Where it happens: Singapore,Malaysia, Thailand,some parts of China. History: The Nine Emperor Gods refer to the nine sons of Emperor Father Xhou Yu Dou Fu Yuan Jun and Big Dipper Mother Dou Mu Yuan Jun, [...]

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