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Chinese New Year

significance of the Chinese holidays celebrated in Suriname which has significances among the Surinamese people. These two significant holidays are: The Chinese New Year and The Chinese Moon Festival. They are also the most important and economic holiday for the Surinamese Chinese and also worldwide for the Chinese people. These holidays are not nationally in Suriname as yet. This is not only celebrated by the Chinese but also celebrated by the non-Chinese people. These Chinese holidays are to bring...

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Chinese New Year

Aixuan Li 03/29/2012 Chinese New Year Chinese New Year is the most important festival of the traditional Chinese holidays. In China, it is known as "Spring Festival." People celebrate this day by enjoy the Dragon dances, Lion dances, fireworks, family gathering, family meal, visiting friends and relatives , giving red envelopes, and decorating with duilian(usually represented as two lines of poems that match together to wish people good luck and was hung on the wall of the front...

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Chinese New Year

1. Chinese New Year http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/study-break/video-zone/lunar-new-year-celebrations-begin-china 1. How many people celebrate Chinese New Year? 2. Why is the Lion dance danced? 3. How do Chinese people celebrate the festival? 4. What animal is going to be a symbol of this year? 5. According to the Chinese horoscope what kind of children are born this year? Summarize the information about Chinese New Year. Find the information about: 2. When is Chinese New...

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Chinese New Year Concern

I am very exciting to tell you about the Chinese New Year Concert that held on Feb 2, 2013 in San Francisco Symphony Hall. This is a program concert that conducted by Mei-Ann Chen. I picked this concert because the program contains traditional Chinese Lion Dance, Spring Festival melody with children’s dance, Geoge Gao’s erhu solo, The Butterfly Lovers. Tyzen Hsiao’s The Angel from Formosa and my favorite music piece with singing Ali Mountain Evergreen. Geoge Gao’s erhu solo, The Butterfly...

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Chinese New Year Event

the Chinese New Year event is that it is a big event in my home country. It represents the history and culture from thousand year ago in China. In this report, it covers certain dimensions: the background, rise in the event industry, event as a role in the society, positive and negative aspects and the conclusion. Background The Chinese New Year festival, also named as the Lunar New Year festival, is based on the Lunar calendar. It starts with the New Moon on the first day of the New Year...

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Food and Family Traditions: Chinese New Year

So,how much money am I getting this year?" That's the question I hit my momwith every February. And every year she replies, "You will see," in herChinese accent. February usually marks the month of the New Year accordingto the Chinese calendar. But for me, Chinese New Year is a payday. Usually Ireceive red envelopes, hong bao, which are the equivalent of Christmas presents.Instead of wondering what the present will be, though, it is the amount of moneyinside that is the mystery. The lucky money...

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Chinese New Year Foods

China Tours City Tours Create My Trip Ideas Yangtze Cruises China Guide Home China Guide Chinese Culture Chinese New Year Food Chinese New Year Food Chinese New Year Food Chinese New Year Foods are very important to Chinese people. All family members come together to eat at this time. Chinese New Year foods are not only delicious but it is traditional to eat certain foods over this festival. Chinese Dumplings, Fish, Spring Rolls, Nian Gao are usually seen as delicious and eaten at this time...

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Chinese New Year Is Really Just Around Teh Corner

Chinese New Year is really just around the corner. The Chinese will definitely be busy running errands to make sure that the Chinese New Year celebration is well prepared. Some may choose to start as early as a month before the celebration which also means the last month in the Lunar Calendar. This way, they get to plan things they need to have for the celebration and slowly distributing the tasks among the family members and then carry them out. Since Chinese New Year is the most important celebration...

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Preparation for Chinese New Year

Preparations for the New Year begin a couple of weeks before the big day. This is a fun time full of anticipation and joy as we get ready for the thrill and excitement of the celebrations. According to the traditions, this is the time to clean the house, prepare food for the feast and make banners and decorations special for the New Year. A clean house to welcome the New Year Before the New Year comes, it is one of the Chinese New Year customs to clean the house from top to bottom to get rid off...

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Chinese New Year

For other traditions of celebrating lunar new year, see Lunar New Year. Chinese New Year Lion dancers at Historic Chinatown Gate, Chinese New Year, Hing Hay Park, Seattle, Washington (February 3, 2011) Also called Lunar New Year, Spring Festival, New Year Observed by Chinese communities worldwide[1] Type Cultural, Religious (Buddhist, Taoist, Confucian) Significance The first day of the Chinese calendar (lunisolar calendar) 2012 date Monday, January 23, Dragon 2013 date Sunday, February...

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