Chinese Festivals

June 17, 2020




1st - 15th of the first lunar month pasting scrolls, the character 'Fu', and paper-cuts pictures, setting-off firecrackers and fireworks, paying New Year visits, and eating jiaozi.
15th day of the first lunar month watching lanterns and fireworks, guessing lantern riddles, performing folk dances, and eating yuanxiao.
April 4th or 5th of the solar calendar tomb sweeping, spring outings, and flying kites.
5th day of the 5th lunar month dragon boat racing, eating zongzi, wearing a perfume pouch and tying five-colour silk thread, and hanging mugwort leaves and calamus.
7th day of seventh lunar month praying for skillful hands, appreciating the stars, and eating noodles, jiaozi, and wontons.
15th day of the 8th lunar month appreciating and offering sacrifice to the moonlight and eating moon cakes.
9th day of the 9th lunar month eating Chongyang cake, drinking chrysanthemum wine, climbing mountains and appreciating beautiful chrysanthemums.
Dec. 21st, 22nd or 23rd in solar calendar having dumplings in northern areas and having sticky puddings in southern areas
8th day of the 12th lunar month

Chinese Festival DVD (High Light)
Chinese Festival DVD (High Light)
Chinese Lantern Festival
Chinese Lantern Festival
Traditional Chinese Festivals
Traditional Chinese Festivals
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