Tag Archives: Chinese new year
The year of Sheep, or goat, or ram, whatever that New York Times is so confused, because all three mean the same in Chinese. Google has a very cute GIF for today. And my favorite sheep of all time: Shaun, … Continue reading
Today is the eve of the Chinese New Year. The year of Dragon. For me, the eve of a lunar new year also means a routine/traditional itinerary: setting out the fireworks, watching the New Year Gala TV show, and enjoying the hand-made … Continue reading
Google publishes its doodle for the Chinese Lunar New Year: Year of the Rabbit. The rabit is designed in a Chinese traditional paper-cut style, and decorated with Chinese traditional color of happiness: Red. I checked the achives of Google’s doodles … Continue reading
Happy New Year! I am swamped by various styles of bunnies already!
Today, February 2, is the Chinese Lunar New Year Eve. Piggy Two has already left for India, sending a short text message that she landed at New Deli this morning. Before her trip, she brought home five big fireworks whose power caused a … Continue reading
It is a Chinese tradition to set firecrackers to celebrate the lunar year. In Beijing, fireworks and firecrackers are allowed for the traditional first five days (from new year eve to the fifth day of the new lunar year). Normally, … Continue reading