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Dragon Boat Festival – impress Chinese girls with your brains

Posted on May 16, 2016 by in Chinese Festival, Concerning China
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Chinese travel agencies are especially busy on the fifth day of the fifth month in the lunar calendar. The thing is that it’s the day when China celebrates Dragon Boat Festival (aka Duanwu Festival). Dragon Boat Festival is one of the three most major Chinese holidays. The holiday is also called the double five holiday and the Day of the poet. According to the most wide-spread opinion, the origin of … Continue Reading

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Chinese New Year: meet sexy Asian women during festivities

Posted on May 13, 2016 by in Chinese Festival, Concerning China
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Chinese New Year is celebrated in Asia usually in the period between January 31 and February 6. But in 2016 it was celebrated on February 8, which is a rarity. This year is the year of Red Money, according to Chinese calendar. If you’re interested in Asian dating, then you better familiarize yourself with Chinese New Year traditions, as no sexy Chinese girl will ever want a guy who thinks … Continue Reading

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1 May — Labor Day In China

Posted on Apr 30, 2015 by in Chinese Festival, Concerning China
Happy Labor Day 2015

Labour Day is China’s second busiest holiday. The actual day falls on May 1 every year, though the holiday lasts three days, normally between April 28 and May 5, depending on weekends. This year, the holiday is from May 1 to 3. That means most of the Chinese ladies on ChnLove will be off work from May 1 to May 3. Until 2008, Labour Day was once one of three … Continue Reading

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Get To Know Qingming Festival In China

Posted on Apr 3, 2015 by in Chinese Festival, Concerning China
Enjoy the fun of Qingming Festival

Qingming is not just a blue time for remembrance, but also a green time for fun. Chinese Qingming Festival is also known as Tomb Sweeping Day or Pure Brightness Festival. As a traditional Chinese festival, it’s the most significant day for people to commemorate and honor ancestors. In 2015, it falls on April 5. And Chinese people will have three days off from April 4 to April 6. While Qingming … Continue Reading

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Get Ready For The Magic Lantern Festival!

Yuanxiao Jieh (元宵节), the annual Lantern Festival in China, falls on the fifteenth day of the first month of the lunar calendar. That’s March 5, 2015.  The day is the first full moon of the year. It’s an important traditional Chinese festival. It marks the end of lunar New Year. It is significant to Chinese as Christmas to Americas. During the festival, people have many celebration activities. Chinese people like … Continue Reading

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How Do Chinese People Celebrate the Traditional Spring Festival?

Posted on Feb 15, 2015 by in Chinese Culture, Chinese Festival

Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, falls on the first day of the lunar year. Celebrations traditionally run from Chinese New Year’s Eve to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month, making the festival the longest in the Chinese calendar. Although regional customs and traditions concerning the celebration of the Chinese New Year vary, it is more or less the similar. On the … Continue Reading

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Why Does Chinese Spring Festival Make the Singles So Agonizing?

Posted on Feb 15, 2015 by in Chinese Culture, Chinese Festival
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Chinese New Year is meant to be a joyful event – days off work, reunion with family and friends, lots of delicious food etc. But not for some. This year, it has become a worry for older singles – those who still aren’t married. Why’s that? Let’s get to the point… Aunts’ kindheartedness. On returning home, parents and relatives of older singles, mostly women, will ask lots of different questions. … Continue Reading

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Take a Look at Mid-autumn Festival – Moon, Cakes, Love & More

Posted on Nov 5, 2014 by in Chinese Festival, Concerning China
Chinese traditional festival Mid-Autumn Festival

Hello guys! I’m sure you’ve heard of Mid-Autumn Festival in China from your Chinese lady?  When the holiday is coming, the Chinese are at work preparing for their, very own thanksgiving ceremony, known to the world as the Mid-Autumn Festival. An occasion that has been celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese calendar since Zhou Dynasty, it is now a festival that Chinese all over the … Continue Reading

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How do Chinese Girls Celebrate Christmas with their Beloved?

Posted on Dec 16, 2013 by in Chinese Festival, Concerning China
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It is the time of year when festive lights and holiday spirit fill the air, the time of year when we all want to share warmth and joy with loved ones – Christmas! Christmas is not an official holiday in China, so most offices, schools and shops remain open. All the trappings of a Western Christmas can be found in China. Shopping sprees in the weeks leading up to Christmas … Continue Reading

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Double Seventh Festival-Meet Your Dreamed Chinese Girl on This Special Day!

meet your dreamed Chinese girls

Double Seventh Festival of 2013 falls on August 13 (It’s today!!). This is a big day for the young. Both men and women take the chance to express love to the ones they’re fond of. The Double Seventh Festival in China is what Valentine’s Day to the western countries. For single Chinese girls, it’s a day of great importance because they’re expecting to receive love or gifts from the opposite … Continue Reading

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