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title Chinese Calendrical System © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 27 Jan 2014
Twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac
In the Vietnamese zodiac, the rabbit yields to the cat
Ai Weiwei with dog-head, (Chengdu, 2010)
even MicroSoft Word©…
Calendar from Great Wall Supermarket
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But, wheres the horse?
Centennial of the 1911 Revolution
Qing period nianhua
New Year poster
Arrival of Happiness
Safeway – Davenport St NW DC
Baidus tracking of Spring Festival Migration qianxi.baidu.com
Lantern Festival in Taiwan / Pingxia
Dragon Boat races http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/41712000/jpg/_41712466_chinaap.jpg
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Kitchen God ( / )
He knows when you are sleeping, he knows when…
Elf on the Shelf
Sending off the Kitchen God
Dispelling-cold Pictures ( )
water-ghost city god
Hsin She Elementary School
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Nengajo Japanese New Year cards © NSW Department of Education and Communities, 2013 Funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment.
Chinese New Year The Story of the Great Race.
The Chinese New Year Story. A long time ago, in China, twelve animals were arguing. Every animal wanted the New Year to be named after them.
Title page: page 1 Questions: page 3 Where is China: page 4 Location: page 5 The Great Wall : page 6 Beliefs: page 7 Culture: page 8 Attractions: page.
Ancient China Albert He Objectives Geography Science and Technology Chinese Zodiac Ancient Chinese foods Unknowns.
The Chinese New Year February 19th, 2015
CHINESE NEW YEAR.
Introduced the New Year in Taiwan Happy New Year.
Title. Chinese New Year The first day of the Chinese lunar calendar year Also called “Spring Festival” ( 春节 ) The most important holiday in the Chinese.
Festivals and Ceremonies!! By Sophie Krejci. Have you ever heard of festivals or even ceremonies? Well if you have been to a wedding, you have been to.
Created by Ms. LinChing Nieh Mandarin Chinese at CGMS Created by Ms. LinChing Nieh.
China: Dragon Boat Festival The boat racing component has become an international water competiton sport.
Chinese New Year is a festival for the Chinese people. It originated from China but today Chinese people all over the world celebrate it.
Chinese New Year is the first day of the lunar calendar, so it is also called the Lunar New Year. And it is also referred to as the Spring Festival since.
Chinese New Year Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, will begin on 26th January It is the main Chinese festival of the year and.
China The culture of China is on the continent of Asia. About 1,300,000,000 people live in China. This is higher than the population of any other country.
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