On today’s China uncensored happy year of the hi welcome to China uncensored well later this week marks the beginning of the Chinese Lunar New Year this will be the year of the Rat depending on which Chinese restaurant the menu you’re looking at you. See the Chinese word Yong could mean any of those three animals there are 12 zodiac animals and the Rat is one considered to be the Intelligent with high thinking faculty, but conservative in practice...
It’s that time of year again chun-yin the biggest annual human migration on the planet Julian or the Spring Festival travel rush is a big part of the Chinese New Year festivities as hundreds of millions of people make their way across the country and beyond is expected to be about three billion trips made over the 40 days. So how does China’s transport system handle that many travelers and what people do when they reach their destination this is...
2020 has a new winner to start the Chinese New Year. We are talking about the rat that began its cycle on January 25, which will last until February 11, 2021. According to the experts, this will be the year of profound changes where we will have the opportunity to start a new and different path, eliminating all that does not contribute anything to our lives. If you want to know what awaits you in this Chinese New Year 2020,...
Maybe you often hear about Chinese New Year or Tahun Baru imlek, the Chinese community in Indonesia always celebrates Imlek every year. By the way, do you know that there is one show which is always enlivening the Chinese New Year in Indonesia? Yup! The answer is Barongsai. The cheap entertainment that emerged and became one of the traditional Chinese arts is indeed enough to attract people’s attention in every street in Indonesia during when Chinese New Year Celebration. I...
You know in Chinese culture sometimes is very interesting it is thought that certain foods are considered to bring good luck sometimes is because the way to look like and some other times is the way they sound. Chinese new year cake So today I want to introduce you to 10 different foods and after eating them I hope that you all have laws the laws of good luck Rice Cake Rice cake in Chinese is mean girl so it...
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Here is all the list of foods that you should or should not eat During Chinese new year that I learned a lot from this article, Like you guys should make this your Chinese New Year food bible right out. Well, hopefully, it helps you, and if it’s too late, I’m sorry that Musharraf has fallen on you. I’m just kidding the guy, but yeah, some things have to be careful. Chinese new year good luck I hope everyone has...
My Uncle’s Unconditional Love It was ninety-five degrees at the end of January in Malaysia. Chinese New Year festival is upon us and it always excited me because it is the time of the year when all my relatives would gather at my grandparents’ house to celebrate the festivity. My grandparents’ house was like a magnet that attract all of us in one place no matter how busy everyone was. I paid a visit to my grandparents’ house a week...
Due to the evolving global environments that we are in, culture is constantly changing. In this day and age, culture is the identity of society and is one of the reasons that maintain harmony within the community. Culture has a strong influence on the values and lifestyles of individuals. It constructs changes, and therefore, their consumption patterns. Everyone has a different cultural identity and every one of them is unique in their way. Culture is what builds up a person...
Chinese new year is an ancient celebration that is rich with its own customs and traditions that have both stood the test of time and evolved with the modern world. This year the celebration, often referred to as the “spring festival”, will commence on the 12th of February and last for about 16 days. To its very core, the Chinese new year is a vivid, vibrant, visual sensation, but perhaps the most ironically renowned sight is the more understatedly beautiful...
Chinese New Year has always been one of my favorite topics to discuss about. As a Vietnamese, this topic is even more interesting for me since we also have Lunar New Year for the first 3 days. For a couple of days, I have done some research about the history, the common customs and the myths about the Chinese New Year and it is amazing to figure out how the festival has started and evolved over time. Before discussing about...