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Dongzhi Holiday – Winter Solstice Festival in China
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Dongzhi Holiday – Winter Solstice Festival in China

Since the agricultural revolution, the countries of East Asia (especially China) have been setting importance for the days that represent the changing of seasons. The Dongzhi holiday or Winter Solstice is one of them, and people from China, Vietnam, Japan, Korean peninsula celebrate it after 23th or 22nd or ...

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Indian new year – Everything About Gudi Padwa & Ugadi
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Indian new year – Everything About Gudi Padwa & Ugadi

Since most Indians follow the Hindu calendar, they celebrate the new year between March and April. Chaitra is the first month of the Hindu calendar (Vikram Samvat). Based on region, time and name of celebration fall differently, so people of different communities celebrate in their way, too. Legends determine that ...

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Mid-Autumn Festival – Chinese Moon Festival
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Mid-Autumn Festival – Chinese Moon Festival

Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as moon festival, is China’s second most far-flung festival after Chinese New Year. As it is believed that it is a particular time of the year in which the moon is at its fullest and brightest mode, Chinese people appreciate this full moon to worship the moon on that day, which is ...

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Chinese Lantern Festival
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Chinese Lantern Festival

Lantern Festival (aka Yuan Xiao Jie) is celebrated on the 15th day of the first month in the Chinese calendar marking the end of the Spring Festival (New Year).

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Chinese Holidays and Festivals
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Chinese Holidays and Festivals

The most amazing Chinese Holidays and Festivals include Chinese New Year, Tomb Sweeping Day, Ghost Festival, China National Day, Mid-Autumn Festival, etc.

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The White Nights Festival
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The White Nights Festival

White Nights Festival in Saint Petersburg is an all-night art & culture event celebrating mid-night sun phenomena as it's located near the Arctic Circle.

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The Holi Festival
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The Holi Festival

In Asia, many celebrations are associated with life, rebirth, the triumph of good over evil, connecting humankind, and many other things in life. Perhaps the best example of such ceremonies or rituals is the Holi festival (होली in Hindi) held in India, a land that is famous for peace and also known for love. There is ...

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Chinese Tea Ceremony
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Chinese Tea Ceremony

China introduced the world to many things, and one of the most famous ones is tea. Chinese have been drinking tea for nearly 4000 years. One of the most important aspects of tea in China emerges in China Tea Ceremony. Let's find out interesting facts about it on Tripways! If you are planning to visit China, don't ...

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