I danced during the annual Sinulog festivals and it was a very memorable experience.
A collection of printable crafts for Year of the Rooster. You can print Chinese New Year art projects for kids include greeting cards, coloring pages, bookmarks, and lanterns.
Contains easy, printable templates of coloring pages for Year of the Rooster for Chinese New Year units and celebrations. These sheets contain Chinese characters along with pinyin transliterations.
Here you will find simple and easy craft projects and printables that children can make to celebrate Chinese New Year, the Year of the Monkey.
Diwali celebrations are always very grand in India. Let us see the most common and popular things or activities people do on Diwali festival days.
Your holiday guide to Malaysia's diverse religious, ethnic and cultural festivals, celebrations and events for the first half of the year.
Filipino amulets or talisman called anting-anting, protects its wearer from dangers once empowered. But how one obtains an anting-anting? Holy Week is said the best time to hunt for anting-anting.
Chinese New Year food, Yee Sang or Yusheng is a raw fish salad eaten during the first 15th day of the festive season and unique only to Malaysia and Singapore.
Know the Chinese symbols and meanings to bring luck and prosperity with flowers such as plum blossom & daffodils, the Chinese symbol of prosperity for Chinese New Year celebration
The mid autumn festival is a fascinating one, filled with Chinese cultural history. A delicious festival too, one can look forward these days to a variety of moon cakes - it is immense and delightful indeed. A warm introduction to the Mid Autumn to everyone, which starts on the 17th of September this year!
Pos Malaysia issued special commemorative postage stamps & first day cover to mark the installation of Malaysia's 14th King. Stamps collectors please take note of the uniqueness of this event for 2012
Chinese New Year is the Chinese community’s largest and most important annual festivity. Signifying the start of the new lunar calendar year, the Chinese community will hold celebrations and festivities for fifteen days. It is customary to bring in the New Year by purchasing new clothing and getting a new and tidy haircut. However, the reason why we celebrate Chinese New Year is far more significant – yet blatantly similar to all other cultures – than just an opportunity to receive a bit of mone
Have you been keeping your family tradition afloat? Need to know why reunion dinner is important for all families? Chinese has their many traditions, this hub would give you an insight to just a few of their many traditional values and practices.
Chinese New Year is a major festival celebrated by Chinese & is associated with symbols & customs. It is important to have good auspicious symbols displayed during CNY such as tangerines & oranges
Lantern Festival TingChang, CC-BY, via flickr Spring Festival, which is also known as Chinese New Year in many parts of the world, is perhaps the most important and grandiose among the many Chinese traditional festivals. Falling on the 1st day...
Happy New Moon New Year!
Lucky and Unlucky Numbers in Chinese Culture The study of Chinese culture is very interesting because they have so much superstitions and beliefs like numerology, using the laws of heaven and earth (astronomy and geography) -- "feng shui", choice...
Have you ever wonder what are the meanings of colors? Well in China, there are meanings to every color. The traditions and culture of the Chinese people are the subjects of so many studies and understanding by a lot of other people outside their...
There are many holidays and festivals celebrated in the "Land of the Rising Sun" both some that are considered traditional in places around the world and some that are unique to Japan. New Year's Day or "Shogatsu" is considered the most important...
Most kids love Chinese food, so why not make a dinner for the family. Involve your kids in this Chinese tradition and make a lovely meal for your family to sit down and enjoy each other and the wonder food that you've prepared. You're children will...