Chinese New Year  新年快乐

Only available during the holidays

Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival in China, is indeed one of the most significant and celebrated holidays in Chinese culture. The date of Chinese New Year varies each year according to the lunar calendar, which is based on the cycles of the moon. Typically, the holiday falls between January 21 and February 20 in the Gregorian calendar used in the Western world.

Mooncakes 月饼

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The Mid-Autumn Festival, which is also known as the Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival. It is one of the most important traditional festivals in Chinese culture, celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month, which usually falls in late September or early October in the Gregorian calendar.

The festival is closely associated with the full moon, which is believed to be at its brightest and fullest on this day, symbolizing unity and togetherness among family and friends. During the festival, people gather with their loved ones to enjoy mooncakes, which are round pastries filled with sweet or savory fillings and often have a salted egg yolk at the center to represent the full moon. People also light lanterns, watch traditional performances, and admire the beauty of the moon.



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