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Spring Festival: China’s Christmas

  • Post by Charissa
  • February 6, 2016
Spring Festival

The most important holiday in China is Spring Festival, one of two “Golden Week” holidays in China. It is similar to Christmas in the West in many ways. Families unite and bring gifts. There are certain traditions such as fireworks or making special food. For many people who work in the big city, it is the only time of year they see their parents and other family back at their hometown, which makes it one of the happiest times of year. It is also the busiest time of year.Millions of Chinese need to board trains, buses, cars and planes to travel near and far to retur

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Seven Golden Days In October – China’s National Day Holiday

  • Post by Charissa
  • October 2, 2015
Crowds of Chinese tourists

[caption id="attachment_448" align="alignnone" width="1280"] Crowds of Chinese tourists[/caption]The October first holiday in China is a celebration of over 65 years since the founding of the People's Republic of China. China's National Day holiday spans 7 days - three official days off and two weekends - and is also known as one of two "Golden Weeks". China's other Golden Week occurs during the Chinese New Year.Golden weeks are a great time to travel and Chinese people are quite lucky as it is rare for countries to allow the entire nation to be off for such a long period of time. Of course, some stores will remain o

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