As the Year of the Dragon approaches, let’s embark on an exciting journey into the enchanting world of the Chinese Zodiac and its captivating folklore filled with mythical stories, legendary creatures, and rich cultural significance—a perfect way to introduce kids to Chinese culture. Picture this: a magical race that determined the order of twelve animals,
As the Chinese New Year approaches, ushering in the Year of the Dragon, our hearts and minds are drawn to the traditions that define this celebration. Among them, Chinese Nianhua and New Year Pictures stand as true works of art. These creations offer a glimpse into China’s cultural heritage, blending centuries-old traditions with modern creativity.
What would Chinese New Year be without Beijing being dressed in its best red outfit? Like every other year, the city is getting ready to celebrate: roads are lined with red lanterns, doors are covered with “upsidedown fortune”red papercuts decorate the windows, new chopsticks are bought, new hopeless bans on fireworks are issued, updated Nianhua