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2010 China Public Holiday Schedule

2010 China Public Holiday Schedule

2010 China public holiday schedule was announced last week. There will be in total 11 public holidays excluding Saturday and Sunday in 2010, same as last year. ... 

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Chinese New Year Lantern photos

Chinese New Year Lantern photos

Here’s five beautiful pictures of Chinese New Year Lanterns, from Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Malaysia and mostly from previous seasons.  Nevertheless, they... 

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Chinese New Year Food – differences across six Provinces

Chinese New Year Food – differences across six Provinces

What food do Chinese people eat for New Years?  Turns out that people in the East, the South, the West, and the North all eat different things. Last year, Min Guo,... 

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Temple Fair (庙会,miàohuì) in Chinese New Year – belated.

Temple Fair (庙会,miàohuì) in Chinese New Year – belated.

We had an internal contest on “Planning Your Chinese New Year” in Kango before Chinese New Year – we want to share with the US team that how Chinese... 

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Yew Chung Silicon Valley (YCIS) Chinese New Year Gala

Yew Chung Silicon Valley (YCIS) Chinese New Year Gala

This is a bit off-topic for CN Reviews, but relates to how Silicon Valley celebrates Chinese New Year. Last night, we attended a Chinese New Year gala hosted by... 

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The Monday Metropolis: Breaking Fives

The Monday Metropolis: Breaking Fives

When I was a kid (which, believe it or not, was not too far away — or long ago, which ever term you favor), I was given into giving people fives. High fives,... 

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Chinese New Year in Silicon Valley – North, South, East, West

Chinese New Year in Silicon Valley – North, South, East, West

I love learning about the differences between North and South among the Chinese. Then factor in the differences between East and West, and you have a two-by-two... 

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The Monday Metropolis: Beijing in Spring Festival Fever

The Monday Metropolis: Beijing in Spring Festival Fever

For the rest of the year (until late September 2008) Beijing will be in Olympic Fever. Here, though, is when the capital gets a bit more traditional. Take a look... 

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