Lunar New Year Traditions in China: 2021 and the Year of the OX
Happy Lunar New Year! Learn about the OX this Zodiac symbol and traditions of this 3,000 year old holiday in China and Hong Kong!
Chinese New Year Traditions and The Year of the Dog
On Friday, February 16th, the Chinese New Year traditions begin to celebrate the Year of the Dog! Those born under this symbol are known to be loyal, honest, and friendly. They are also always ready to help others, by lending a shoulder or providing a listening ear. While the Zodiac is one of the most famous parts of the Chinese New Year, this major holiday has over 3,000 years of history with plenty of other traditions to discover! Cleaning A week before the New Year even be
Chinese New Year Traditions and the Year of the Rooster
The end of January is fast approaching, but the New Year festivities are far from over. Beginning on January 28th, the Chinese New Year traditions begin to celebrate the Year of the Rooster! According to Chinese traditions, those born under the year of the Rooster are hardworking, loyal, and intelligent! They also tend to be talkative and talented individuals who enjoy the spotlight. Below, we’ll direct this spotlight over to some of the many traditions that occur before and
Chinese New Year Traditions & the Year of the Monkey
The Chinese New Year (also known as the Lunar New Year) is upon us, and 2016 is the Year of the Monkey! In Chinese astrology, animal symbols are associated with one’s birth year and are believed to have a profound influence on one’s personality and destiny. According to Chinese culture, it is believed that those born during the year of the monkey are adventurous, optimistic and always willing to help others! Monkey signs tend to be quick-witted, curious, playful and also misc