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Spring Festival

Spring Festival, also known as the lunar New Year, which is the beginning of the year and the traditional annual festival. It is the most solemn traditional festival of the Chinese nation. It embodies the thoughts and beliefs, aspirations, entertainment and cultural psychology of Chinese nation....

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Dragon Boat Festival

Dragon Boat Festival, also known as the Dragon Festival, the Tian Zhong Festival and so on, is a traditional Chinese folk festival on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. Dragon Boat Festival culture was so influential that some countries and regions in the world also have activities to celebrate it....

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Tomb Sweeping Day

Tomb Sweeping Day, also known as Qingming Festival, Ancestor Worship Festival, which is an ancient festival of the Chinese nation. It is not only a solemn festival to sweep tombs and pay respects to ancestors, but also a joyful festival for people to get close to nature....

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Qixi Festival (Chinese Valentine's Day)

Qixi Festival, also known as the Girl’s Festival, is a traditional Chinese folk festival. With the development of history, Qixi has been endowed with the beautiful love legends of "the Cowherd and the Weaver Maid", which has become a festival of love, and thus is also called "Chinese Valentine's Day"....

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Lantern Festival

Lantern Festival, also known as the Shangyuan Festival or Yuanxi Festival, is one of the traditional Chinese festivals celebrated on the 15th of Jan. (lunar calendar), as it’s the first full moon day of the year. ...

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Mid-Autumn Festival

The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival or the Reunion Festival, is a traditional Chinese folk festival. The Mid-Autumn Festival originated from the worship of celestial phenomena and evolved from the Chuseok Festival in ancient times....

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Chong Yang Festival (Double Ninth Festival)

Chong Yang Festival, a traditional Chinese festival, falls on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month. In the folk concept, "nine" is the largest number in the number and has the meaning of long life. In 1989, the ninth day of the ninth lunar month was designated as "Day for the Old", advocating the whole society to respect, love and help the elderly....

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