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Laba Festival in China

Laba Festival was originally an occasion for people to give sacrifices to their ancestors, and to pray to heaven and earth for a good harvest and good luck for the family.

Winter Solstice Festival in China

The Winter Solstice Festival is one of the most important festivals celebrated by the Chinese and other East Asians during the Dongzhi solar term (winter solstice) on or around December 22 when sunshi...

Double Ninth Festival in China

The Chongyang Festival falls on the ninth day of the ninth month of the Chinese lunar calendar, so it is also known as the Double Ninth Festival.

The Magpie Festival in China

Magpie Festival is on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month and often goes into August in the Gregorian calendar.

Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival

The Chinese Moon Festival is on the 15th of the 8th lunar month. On this day the moon is at its greatest distance from the earth. At no other time is it so luminous.

China Dragon Boat Festival

The Dragon Boat Festival is a traditional holiday that commemorates the life and death of the famous Chinese scholar Qu Yuan (Chu Yuan).

The Ghost Festival in China

The Ghost Festival, also known as the Hungry Ghost Festival, or Yu Lan is a traditional Chinese festival and holiday celebrated by Chinese in many countries.

Chinese Festival Food

There are many foods in Chinese culture associated with the Chinese festival. Chinese festivals reflect the diverse cultural heritage of its many ethnic groups.

Lantern Festival in China

As the first important festival after the traditional Chinese New Year, Lantern Festival is also the first night to see a full moon, and it marks the end of the two-week New Year holiday period.

Activities on New Year's Eve in China

New Year's Eve, it is the last day of the year. Since the Chinese calendar is a lunisolar calendar, the last day of a year is also called lunar New Year's Eve.

Spring Festival in China

Chinese New Year, also known as the spring festival, New Year festivities begin on the initial day on the lunar month and continue until the fifteenth, when the moon is brightest.

The Introduction of Chinese Festival

Boasting rich cultural meaning and a long history, traditional Chinese festivals compose an important and brilliant part of Chinese culture.

Qingming Festival

ingming Festival (also known as Tomb-sweeping Day), which falls on either April 4th or 5th of the gregorian calendar, is one of the Chinese Twenty-four Solar Terms.