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Chinese New Year’s Superstitions: 10 Don’ts



Chinese New Year’s Superstitions: 10 Don’ts

In modern times many superstitious believes and traditions have been discarded. Most of China’s modern urban population and the younger generation have stopped believing and following the old ways. However, most rural areas in China and the older generations still …

5 Disappearing Chinese New Year’s Traditions which are still very much Alive in Niuji Village



5 Disappearing Chinese New Year’s Traditions which are still very much Alive in Niuji Village

Some people might call Niuji Village backward. Located in the northern part of Anhui province, Niuji Village could as well be a village from the time the dynasties still existed in China.

Even though I complain about the cold in

Chinese Folk Art: Wang Binghua, one of the last traditional Paper Cutting 剪纸 masters in China



Chinese Folk Art: Wang Binghua, one of the last traditional Paper Cutting 剪纸 masters in China

Who knew it just takes one scissor and some paper to create amazing art? I have seen a lot of Chinese paper cutting pieces. Sold in different shops to tourists, hung on windows and walls in small Chinese villages, printed …

GUEST POST: How Research can Mitigate Culture Shock when Moving to Rural China



GUEST POST: How Research can Mitigate Culture Shock when Moving to Rural China

Today’s guest post is from Mike Sannitti who writes about all aspects of moving for movers.com and its sister site topmoving.ca. When moving to a different country, especially a place like China, you will most likely experiencing a culture


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