Chinese New Year

  1. All You Have to Know on The First Day of Chinese New Year

    As the vibrant colours of lanterns light up the streets and the tantalizing aroma of festive delicacies fills the air, we joyfully welcome the first day of Chinese New Year! This auspicious occasion is steeped in tradition, each ritual carrying centuries of cultural significance. Let's delve into the enchanting customs that mark the beginning of this joyous lunar celebration.

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  2. Chinese New Year Ninth Day: Celebrating The 'Heavenly Birthday'

    Hey, fellow adventurers! We're diving into the celestial vibes of Chinese New Year, specifically the ninth day, also known as "天日",  "天公日" or the 'Heavenly Birthday.' Legend has it that this is the day when the Jade Emperor himself, the big shot in the heavenly realm, celebrates his birthday. Get ready to explore the traditions and customs that make the ninth day of the lunar new year truly out-of-this-world!

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  3. Chinese New Year's Sixth Day Tradition: Farewell to 'Poverty God'

    As the Chinese New Year festivities continue, the sixth day brings a unique tradition – Kicking Out the 'Poverty God.' This day is marked by a significant act of cleansing and renewal, as families engage in a thorough house cleaning to usher out misfortune and welcome prosperity. In this blog, we delve into the origin and customs surrounding sending off the 'Poverty God' on the sixth day of the lunar new year.

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  4. The Year Of The Dragon: The Thing You Need To Know About 2024 Dragon Year

    Welcome to the mystical world of the Chinese Zodiac, where each year is associated with a unique animal sign. In this blog post, we'll delve into the fascinating realm of the Year of the Dragon, exploring its significance, and traits.

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  5. Essential Chinese New Year Items to Welcome the Year of the Dragon 2024

    The Chinese Lunar New Year of 2024 is just around the corner! It's a moment for families to unite and rejoice in the conclusion of the past year and the commencement of the new one.

    Here to check your must-haves during the Chinese new year!

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