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Beginning on January 31, 2014 and ending on February 14, 2014, the Lunar New Year (农历新年) or Spring Festival (春节)is the largest and most celebrated holiday of the year!

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Zigong Lantern Festival : Chinese Traditions & Dinosaurs. - The Orient Excess

A look into Zigong Lantern Festival , a typical Chinese celebration that also includes dinosaurs in the South of Sichuan, a region in Southwest China.

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In China, the New Year is a typically a time to return home to smaller villages. But Beijing has more than 20 million residents, plenty of whom stick around for celebrations throughout the city: There will be fairs in Ditan and Longtan parks, blanketing the city spaces with red patterned banners and lanterns, through mid-February. And while most city events celebrate Chinese culture, the Shijingshan Temple Fair is known for its Western influences, including European goods for sale and…

12 Lunar New Year Celebrations Around the World

The Year of the Pig may begin on February 5, but the parties go on for days. Here's how cities around the globe are celebrating with parades, fireworks, and festivals.

New Year’s Eve party with kids can actually be a lot of fun. But you need to prepare for it: play some fun family games and to make it more special craft a plate shaker for the monkey year of 2016.... Continue Reading →

Monkey Plate Shaker for New Year's Eve | Make and Takes

New Year’s Eve party with kids can actually be a lot of fun. But you need to prepare for it: play some fun family games and to make it more special craft a plate shaker for the monkey year of 2016. How To Make Monkey Plate Shaker Supplies: 2 paper (or plastic) plates 1 cup of … Continued

FREE Chinese New Year's Printables for Kids and Easy Recipes with Tai Pei® Spring Rolls & Egg Rolls. It's an easy-entertaining event w/ traditional appetizers - fun for the whole family! From HappyandBlessedHome.com #ChineseNewYear #FreePrintables #EasyRecipes | easy recipe | dinner | appetizers | chinese food | kid's activities | teaching culture

FREE Chinese New Year Printables for Kids and Easy Chinese Recipes

If you’d like to take advantage of the Chinese New Year as an opportunity to teach your children about Chinese culture, you’ll love this post. Here I’ll share a tutorial for creating Chinese New Year’s lanterns, crafting your own spring scrolls, and some FREE Chinese New Year Printables for Kids. I’m also sharing a simple way to share…

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It's good luck to give, receive, and eat oranges and tangerines during Chinese New Year! ‪

It's good luck to give, receive, and eat oranges and tangerines during Chinese New Year! ‪

The Tray of Togetherness is a customary Chinese New Year snack assortment that features eight types of goodies (eight is a lucky number in Chinese tradition)!  Treats can include: preserved kumquats for prosperity, coconut for togetherness, and red melon seeds for happiness ‪#‎FoodieFriday‬

The Tray of Togetherness is a customary Chinese New Year snack assortment that features eight types of goodies (eight is a lucky number in Chinese tradition)! Treats can include: preserved kumquats for prosperity, coconut for togetherness, and red melon seeds for happiness ‪#‎FoodieFriday‬

Decorations in Beijing for Chinese New Year 2015

Decorations in Beijing for Chinese New Year 2015

The Lantern Festival is held on the 15th day of the Chinese Lunar New Year

The Lantern Festival is held on the 15th day of the Chinese Lunar New Year

It's good luck to give, receive, and eat oranges and tangerines during Chinese New Year!

It's good luck to give, receive, and eat oranges and tangerines during Chinese New Year!

The Tray of Togetherness is a customary Chinese New Year snack assortment that features eight types of goodies (eight is a lucky number in Chinese tradition)!  Treats can include: preserved kumquats for prosperity, coconut for togetherness, and red melon seeds for happiness

The Tray of Togetherness is a customary Chinese New Year snack assortment that features eight types of goodies (eight is a lucky number in Chinese tradition)! Treats can include: preserved kumquats for prosperity, coconut for togetherness, and red melon seeds for happiness

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