Blog Posts - Chinese New Year



Earth Temple/Ditan Park

Ditan Park, or Temple of Earth. It’s huge, and packed. One of the most popular festivals during the Spring Festival, this is a giant fair. The temple has its version of boardwalk games, and barkers of course, that go on and on. Did see one show, fo...
by Expat Photographer on Dec 11, 2016

Jingshan Park

The adventures of Bill in Beijing… Jingshan Park. Just a quick walk up the hill on Jingshan Park to take a few pictures and sit for a bit. It’s part of the parks and lakes adjoining the Forbidden City. This area used to be an imperial garden for...
by Expat Photographer on Dec 10, 2016

2017 happy new year celebration, Wish Card Photos, background stock illustration greeting HD Wallpaper Fireworks vector

In The Post2017 happy new year celebration,  Wish Card Photos, Free Advance Happy Shayari, Best wallpapers Best songs deposit photos  background  stock illustration greeting HD Wallpaper Fireworks vector xmas Nyc Images card greetings...
by Most Beautiful Wallpapers on Dec 5, 2016

Pateti and Parsi New Year

The significance of the word ‘Pateti’-is derived from the Middle Persian word for repentance Patet. Papeti or Pateti is New Year’s Eve for orthodox Parsi’s who follow the Shahenshahi Calendar. The next day is considered as ‘Navroze’ whic...
by best places of interest on Aug 26, 2016

Chinese New Year 2016

One of my favourite times of the year is Chinese New Year. Each year we visit friends, some of whom we only meet annually during this holiday. It provides a refreshing of friendships and the opportunity to catch up on what each other has been doing,...
by Our home called Kuantan on Jul 23, 2016

Year of the Monkey Celebration at WP24 with Chef Wolfgang Puck. All the Chinese New Year Greatest Food Hits up on the 24th Floor. Downtown Los Angeles.

Chef Wolfgang Puck feeding the lions. As the two week long Chinese New Year celebrations wind down all over the globe, we in Los Angeles, one of the largest Chinese populations in the U.S., saw a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by Deep End Dining on Feb 21, 2016

China: the Chinese Zodiac De-mystified

Chinese Zodiac 101: the Lunar Calendar demystified, the legend behind the 12 signs in the Chinese Zodiac., the role the calendar plays in contemporary Chinese society, and personality traits of the 12 signs of the Zodiac.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Feb 11, 2016

Ready to Make a Leap? Embrace Your Inner ‘Fire Monkey’

Don’t you love how Lunar New Year comes along just as the other New Year is beginning to show a little wear? It’s like a chance to renew that book titled New Year’s Resolutions — an invitation to recommit. Well, ooh! ooh! ah! ah!,...

That February feeling

Raining. Raining hard and nearly everyday so far in February as predicted. My rain coat and trousers leak and so I have a complete spare set of clothing at work at all times. The things I need for work (phone, tab, charger, headache tablets, glasses,...
by Jakarta News on Feb 9, 2016

Chinese New Year with locals

Have you ever enjoyed Chinese New Year with locals? I was able to enjoy this amazing experience during my last trip to China. Today, I´ll  tell you all the things that I learned spending Chinese New Year with locals. About their … read more...
by best places of interest on Feb 9, 2016

Happy Chinese New Year!

Today (February 8th) is the first day of Chinese New Year, celebrated in several countries in Asia region. Indonesia is one of the countries in the region that also celebrates […]...
by indahs travel photography on Feb 8, 2016

New kids on the…food aisle

Since today marks the Chinese New Year and we are entering the Year of the Monkey, I will start with the Firecracker Tilda Rice we got to review over the weekend. Alex loves putting together oriental recipes so this was right up his street. The conve...
by Mama's Haven on Feb 8, 2016

Happy Chinese New Year!

Today (February 8th) is the first day of Chinese New Year, celebrated in several countries in Asia region. Indonesia is one of the countries in the region that also celebrates […]...
by indahs travel photography on Feb 8, 2016

Top 8 Must Eats when you visit Chinatown in Manila

Top 8 Must Eats when you visit Chinatown! by The Food Alphabet The Year of the Fire Monkey is upon us... and what a year we are expecting it to be, with high hopes and with warm hearts, we welcome the year with so much enthusiasm, and as the year...
by The Food Alphabet on Feb 8, 2016

New kids on the…food aisle

Since today marks the Chinese New Year and we are entering the Year of the Monkey, I will start with the Firecracker Tilda Rice we got to review over the weekend. Alex loves putting together oriental recipes so this was right up his street. The conve...
by Mama's Haven on Feb 8, 2016

BEE lucky this 2016 ‎Kung Hei Fat Choi‬!

‪Kung Hei Fat Choi‬! Will you BEE lucky this 2016? Click to see what we hope will be in store for you in the ‪‎Year Of The Fire Monkey‬.#KungHeiFatChoi! Will you BEE lucky this 2016? Click to see what we hope will be in store for you in the...

China: Chinese New Year's Eve - Customs and Dates

Sunday 7 February 2015 is Chinese New Year's Eve, the beginning of a festival that traditionally lasted more than two weeks. Celebrations in Hong Kong will include fireworks, a night parade, horse-racing, and soccer.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Feb 7, 2016

A Happy Chinese New Year Family Dinner @ Fei Chu Restaurant, Kajang

2016 is the year of the Monkey; vibrant, energetic, innovative and prosperous. Well for people that born in the year of the Tiger like myself, this year will be a very bad year for us. We hate monkeys, they mess with us. So dear Tiger friends, wish y...
by Irvine's Spices on Feb 7, 2016

Wishing family, friends and blog readers, Gong Xi Fa Cai/Keong Hee Huat Cai. May the year of Monkey brings all of us joy, happiness, peace, good health and prosperity...
by My Kitchen Snippets on Feb 7, 2016

Happy Chinese New Year : Cape & Peplum Top

Just a simple Chinese New Year greetings from Small N Hot. Happy Chinese New Year and Happy Holiday to everyone. And may you have an prosperous Fire Monkey Year ahead !As per usual, here's my Chinese New Year look. No red or gold dresses, just a tube...
by Small N' Hot on Feb 7, 2016


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