Chinese Culture


In 2017, Mid-Autumn Festival falls on October 4th. Mid-Autumn Festival is the second grandest festival in China after the Chinese New Year. It takes its name from the fact that it is always celebrated in the middle of the autumn season. The day is also known as the Moon Festival, as at that time of the year the moon is at its roundest and brightest.

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The common English name, “the Forbidden City,” is a translation of the Chinese name Zijin Cheng. The name "Zijin Cheng" is a name with significance on many levels. Zi, or "Purple", refers to the North Star, which in ancient China was called the Ziwei Star, and in traditional Chinese astrology was the abode of the Celestial Emperor.

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Chinese tea can be divided into ten main categories. Among them, green tea has the longest history and rank first in varieties and consumption.

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Chinese New Year, also known as the Lunar New Year, has 4,000 years of history. As one of the traditional Chinese festivals, is China's largest and most important festival.

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