Read more Some Chinese celebrate the Winter Solstice on December 21st, 22nd or 23rd depending on the day it falls.
It is a custom for people to eat dumplings and/or tangyuan with their family on the day of the Winter Solstice.
Q Zhao, the founder of 2Red Beans, believes the more progressive attitudes are a positive sign.
“In mainland China, at 27 or 28, you’re already a ‘leftover woman.’ If you’re that age and you come to the US or Canada, you realize you’re so young …
Read more The Double Ninth Festival is also named Chongyang Festival.
It is held on the 9th day of the 9th month of the Chinese lunar calendar (around mid-October).These traditional festivals will really introduce you to life in China.There are annual events like Chinese New Year, the Lantern Festival, the Qingming (Tomb Sweeping) Festival, Double Seven Festival, and the Winter Solstice.“Leftover women” is a term that often appears in discussions of relationships in China and describes women over the age of 27 or 28 who have not yet married.But Chinese attitudes toward marriage are changing, especially among those in their twenties and thirties – these days, both men and women are putting off tying the knot for longer and having more fun before they settle down, if they settle down at all.Many activities are held to celebrate the festival, such as dragon dances, setting off firecrackers, making dumplings, etc.Read more The most popular and representative activity of Dragon Boat Festival is dragon boat racing.Chinese New Year (within 15 days of February 5) is also called Spring Festival.It is the most important festival to Chinese people.Read more Double Seventh Day falls on the 7th day of the 7th month of China’s lunar calendar (around mid-August); that’s why it is called Double Seventh Day.Known as China’s Valentine’s Day, it is a festival that has legendary links with romance and love in China.