This week on the Lens-Artist Challenge, we were challenged to “find something red”, which reminded me that it was Chinese New Year this past Saturday and just about everyone I know knows the color red is seen just about everywhere during Chinese New Year – red lantern, lights, red envelopes… Therefore, I think it’s fitting…
Today is the start of a new year in the lunar calendar and according to the Chinese zodiac, it is the year of the pig. So here is my thought on this day:
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When I visited China in 2017, I got to enjoy the festivities of Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year.
One of the things about not being able to read a language is you tend to walk into surprises.
A few nights before Chinese New Year, I accompanied my aunt and grandpa to Spring Flower and Light Festival at a local park.
Happy Chinese New Year, everyone! Image Credit: Pinterest
Celebrating Chinese New Year the first time in over a decade, she hesitated at her ancestral home’s steps. The outside of the ancient house was decorated in red and gold, symbolizing fortune and wealth, and a dozen red lantern dangled from above.
What is your favorite holiday?
Happy Chinese New Year and welcome to another edition of my comic series: Reflection over Coffee. I want to thank those who have been following this series as well as welcome to new readers. I hope you enjoy this series and as always, the one with the black hair is me.
Since Chinese New Year is coming up next Monday, for this week’s black and white challenge, I have decided to turn my pictures of this traditional Chinese Delicacy into black and white.
Happy Chinese New Year!!! Well, technically, it’s still eve here in the U.S.. In China, it’s Chinese New Year. This year is the year of the goat and I was born in the year of goat. As I mentioned in previous posts, my mom said I’m bound to be unlucky this year and guess what,…