Traditional Chinese Holiday: Mid-Autumn Festival (Thursday, September 19, 2013) Pronounced joong chee-yoo, the Mid-Autumn Festival is also known as the Moon Festival. It is celebrated not only in China and T . . .
100 Chinese phrases for Year of the Snake 2013. Universal app for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and iPad mini. Good Snake by Good Characters for Year of the Snake 2013 is the new and improved way to learn Chines . . .
What's New in Version 2.1 iPhone 5 4" screen support. ===================================== Chinese (phrases) To Go is for busy professionals or students who want to master the 100 most important Chinese p . . .
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Today is the day many Chinese businesses re-open. Some businesses will light a long-fused string that has hundreds or even thousands of firecrackers and hang it along the outside of a high-rise building. And th . . .
Today, Feb 15, 2010, is the day married daughters should visit their parents. Don’t forget to bring a gift, preferably something tasty and sweet. Never visit anyone empty handed, especially your in-laws. I . . .
The U.S. Postal Service has introduced a very nice set of Year of the Tiger limited edition note cards. It contains 12 note cards, 12 matching envelopes, and 12 matching 44 cents stamps for $14.95. Instead . . .
Thank you for purchasing this app. Send your feedback within the app with your physical mailing address and we will mail a beautiful, high gloss Chinese New Year’s Celebration Guide to you, anywhere in the wo . . .
In this app, you’ll find decorative fortune signs that you can use around the house to welcome the new year. You will also find day-by-day celebration activities that you can do or share with people you care . . .
The most common Chinese ways of saying Happy New Year are Gong Xi Fa Cai (Mandarin) and Gong Hey Fat Choy (Cantonese). Even though the pronunciations are a little different, both are written the same way. Go . . .
Chinese New Year of 2010 is on Feb. 14, 2010. It begins the year of the tiger. “Spring couplets are traditionally posted on the front door of the house — on top horizontally, and on both sides vertically . . .
On January 14, 2010, in Los Angeles, California, at the El Pueblo Historical Monument, the Postal Service™ issued a 44–cent, Celebrating Lunar New Year: Year of the Tiger commemorative stamp in a souvenir s . . .
Chinese New Year of 2010 is on Feb. 14, 2010. It begins the year of the tiger. So anyone born between Feb. 14, 2010, and Feb. 2, 2011, will be a tiger. In this free brochure (a shipping charge may apply), yo . . .
Thanksgiving in the United States is celebrated on the 4th Thursday in November. The image above shows the Chinese characters for thanksgiving or to have gratitude. It’s spelled gan en and pronounce . . .
1 Written language — Chinese characters — mutually intelligible by speakers of 13 mutually unintelligible Chinese languages, as distinct as French, Romanian and Portuguese. 2 Sides of the brain used in a . . .
The Chinese have been using traditional characters for several thousand years. About 50 years ago the Chinese Communist Party gained political control and changed the writing system. It was a stepping-stone tow . . .
Minnan, as known as Hokkien or Taiwanese. A major Chinese language spoken by the wealthiest Chinese populations: in China in the coastal Fujian province, in Taiwan and in many overseas Chinese communities. Arou . . .