The festival of 元宵Yuanxiao, also called the Lantern Festival, on the fifteenth of the first lunar calendar is the peak of the Chinese New Year...
Cantonese Opera – The Mad Monk
Being superstitious, Mrs. Wu forced her 16-year-old adopted daughter Ye Piaohong to marry Wu Xiaopeng, who is Mrs.
Rain Water Comes, Canola Flower blooms
Rain Water (Yushui, 雨水) is the second solar term among the Chinese twenty-four solar terms in a year. First, let’s study the meanings of the two characters “雨水” in Chinese.
“Lo Sahng”, also known as Yusheng, yee sang, or Prosperity Toss, is a Cantonese-style raw fish salad consisting of strips of raw fish...
Mr. TAM Po Shek 〈Blessings for the year of the dargon
At the beginning of the new year, wish you an auspicious and spirited year of the Dragon, making a splash in your career.At the beginning of the new year, wish you an auspicious and spirited year of the Dragon, making a splash in your career.
Rain Water: Moisturize Gently in Breeze
Rain Water, the second solar term in Spring, came on February 19 last year.
I would like to extend my heartfelt wishes to all of you as we welcome the arrival of the Lunar New Year of the Dragon...
Not Spring Festival, But Nian
Most Chinese in Malaysia came from the south of China, mainly during the period from the nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth century
Spring Festival Couplets in Oracle-bone Inscriptions
Spring Festival couplets (春聯, Chunlian) are one of the traditional customs in China, which originated from peach wood charms to drive away evil spirits.
Spring Begins: East Breeze Refreshes Willows
In retrospect, childhood memories on spring are the most impressive, such as the reunion dinner and lucky money on New Year’s Eve, the percussion and festive lanterns on Lantern Festival, as well as the spring pancakes on Spring Begins (alias the Beginning of Spring).