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Glimpses of China

Glimpses of China

CNY celebrations starts with a reunion dinner on the eve of CNY. This is where family members get together, no matter where they are in the country or the world, and sit down for the most important meal of the yearl. Reunion dinner is always celebrated at home but in recent years, more and more families tend to have their reunion dinner in a good restaurant.

Lantern Festival: Yuan Xiao

The Lantern Festival (or Yuan Xiao Festival in Chinese) is an important traditional Chinese festival, which is on the 15th of the first lunar month, marking the end of celebrations of the New Year.

Tibetan New Year

The Tibetan New Year, similar to the Spring Festival of the Han people, is a traditional festival of Tibetans beginning from the New Year’s Day in Tibetan calendar and lasting for 15 days. Since Tibetans are Buddhists, the festival activities are at the same time religious, making the national festival a blend of entertainment, celebration and prayers.

The Silk Road

Silk Road is a trading route across the Eurasia in the history, through which the most influential goods freighted to the west was the silk products, hence the name. Generally, the Silk Road refers to the land passage initiated by Zhang Qian, a special envoy to the Western Regions, starting from Xi’an, passing Gansu and Xinjiang Province in China to the Central and Western Asia and connecting all Mediterranean countries.

The Art of Tibetan Buddhism Religious Architecture

Glimpses of China for Young Adventurers

Glimpses of China for Young Adventurers

Essence of China Group Tours

Essence of China Group Tours

Lugu Lake

Lugu Lake

Birth Customs of the Lisu

Birth Customs of the Lisu