Category: Culture Garden

Let peacock hairpin highlights the twisted side ponytail

In summer, someone often feel annoyed with their long hair since they have no good way to tie the hair, well, I am just a member of them. How i wish I have a dab hand! Luckily, there’re still many sisters who always share their findings for hairstyle. For those easy ones, we can learn it

FIFA World Cup 2014 Limited Edition Products

Are you excited about the 2014 Football World Cup series and preparing for a big bang during these matches? Have these fan series products to show your game-passion from BuyinCoins. Whether you like to sit and just watch the match in the field or you like to show your passionate love for soccer, these products

Happy New Year 2014

Today is Chinese Lunar New Year! Dear friends, no matter where you are, we merry you a happy New Year 2014. Best wishes to you all in the New Year!

Chinese New Year Traditions-3

Reunion dinner A reunion dinner is held on New Year’s Eve where members of the family, near and far, get together for the celebration. The venue will usually be in or near the home of the most senior member of the family. The New Year’s Eve dinner is very sumptuous and traditionally includes chicken and

Chinese New Year Traditions-2

Chinese New Year’s Eve Chinese New Year’s Eve is known as Chúxī (除夕). Chu literally means “change” and xi means “Eve”. According to legend, in ancient China, the Nián (年) was a man-eating beast from the mountains (in other versions from under the sea), which came out every 12 months somewhere close to winter to

Chinese New Year Traditions

Dear friends, Do you familiar with Chinese New Year? How do you think of it, mysterious, festive? Today is Lunar December eighth and Chinese New Year is coming. So I will introduce you some special customs of Chinese New Year in the following articles. Chinese New Year or Spring Festival (simplified Chinese: 春节), or the

Chinese Laba Festival (Rice Porridge Festival)

The Laba Festival of Guisi Year (2013) falls on January 8, 2014. Introduction to Laba Festival Falling on the eighth day of the 12th lunar month, Laba Festival was originally an occasion for people to give sacrifices to their ancestors, and to pray to heaven and earth for a good harvest and good luck for

Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival!

“Zhong Qiu Jie”, which is also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival, is celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. It is a time for family members and loved ones to congregate and enjoy the full moon – an auspicious symbol of abundance, harmony and luck. Adults will usually indulge

Fall in Love with “Green”–Travel in HangzhouⅡ

Happy to greet U here again, dear fris~ Do U still remember Hangzhou? Does the modern city along with the natural scenes impress you? ❤History– Something U may not know~❤



您好 ! 你知道在中国的城市 — — 杭州吗?如果您知道杭州的名称,我认为当你读这篇博客,你会深深地爱杭州。^^ ^^


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