• Chinese Culture
  • Chinese Lantern Festival (Mid-Autumn Festival) Arrives!

    Just a quick note to remind our friends around the globe that this Sunday is the mid-autumn harvest festival for Chinese around the globe. To learn more, jump over to last years post on the mid-autumn festival, which will provide you with all the details and history surrounding the Moon Cake Festival also sometimes known as the “Lantern […]

  • Chinese Culture
  • Chinese New Year & Spring Festival 2008

    Year of the Pig ends and year of the Rat begins on febraury 7th 2008 till January 26th 2009 “Springfestival” or “Chinese Newyear” is nowadays well known in the West as well, though only experiencing it yourself will show you how important it is for the Chinese. The impact is huge, surely with the role […]

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  • Mid-Autumn festival and finally holiday for the Chinese.

    The Mid-Autumn Festival (Simplified Chinese: 中秋节), also known as the Moon (cake) Festival, is a popular East Asian celebration of abundance and togetherness, dating back over 3,000 years to China’s Zhou Dynasty. Consequence is one week of holiday, that is one week of possible delays. Foreigners doing business with China often forget this, because in […]