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Jul 24

Tomb-sweeping Day

Author : Winson | Tags: culture cultural chinese festivals | visited : | Class : chinese culture
Tomb-sweeping Day

In todays program, we will talk about Tomb-sweeping Day. Tomb-sweeping Day is an important Chinese traditional festival to honor and pay respect to ones deceased ancestors and family members. The main custom is to sweep tombs. People offer f...

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May 26

Live streaming boosts zongzi sales

Author : Winson | Tags: chinese news culture chinese festivals | visited : | Class : china news
Live streaming boosts zongzi sales

For Chinese people, eating zongzi, a sticky rice treat wrapped in bamboo leaves or other similar leaves, is an important part of celebrating Dragon Boat Festival, a traditional holiday which falls on May 30 this year. People usually make zo...

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May 09

Chinese Taijiquan set foot on the "inscription" of the road

Author : Winson | Tags: chinese news culture Kung Fu | visited : | Class : china news
Chinese Taijiquan set foot on the "inscription" of the road

For fans of tai chi , the huge wait to see it get global recognition (正式承认) may soon be over . China has nominated (提名) tai chi to be included in the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage (联合国教科文组织非物质文...

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May 08

Taiji Quan

Author : Winson | Tags: culture Kung Fu | visited : | Class : chinese culture
Taiji Quan

What is Taijiquan? Taichi Taijiquan also written alternately as taijiquan, tai chi and tai chi chuan is an internal (wudang) Chinese martial art (in contrast to the external (shaolin) Chinese martial arts. The distinction being looked upon...

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May 08

Qigong

Author : Winson | Tags: culture Kung Fu | visited : | Class : chinese culture
Qigong

It is said that a healthy body has ample and free flowing qi with the appropriate amount and quality of qi at each part of the body and each organ. It is thought that qi is the energy flowing throughout the Universe. It is thought that when...