July, 2011

Flowers in Chinese Culture

The Symbolism of Flowers and Plants in Chinese Culture Flowers have a privileged position in the Chinese culture. They have historically served as a significant vehicle of communication. Flowers are an indelible part of the collective consciousness of...

Friday, July 29th, 2011 | Posted in: Chinese Culture, Flower Guide & Tips No Comments »

Celebrating Chinese Valentine’s Day with Flowers

Valentine’s Day is the day to celebrate love and make that special person know all about your feelings. No wonder that people go all out to make the day special for their beloved and celebrate the occasion with vigor. However, unlike the usual c...

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 | Posted in: Chinese Culture, Flower Guide & Tips 2 Comments »

10 Reasons To Send Flowers to Someone You Care About

Flowers convey so many messages and feelings. Here are 10 reasons to send them to someone you care about. 1. If it’s their birthday, flowers are a special treat that shows them how much you care about them. 2. Flowers are also appropriate to sen...

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Monday, July 25th, 2011 | Posted in: Flower Guide & Tips 1 Comment »

The Significance of Each Rose Color

The gift of flowers is a timeless tradition practiced by various cultures throughout the world. For centuries, roses have been given for special occasions due to the significant sentiments they convey. Roses are the most appreciated and meaningful flo...

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Tuesday, July 19th, 2011 | Posted in: Flower Guide & Tips No Comments »

Different Ways of Preserving Flowers

Sparkling sunshine. Pretty blossoms. Evergreen leaves. Fresh zephyr. All these and more, aptly describe April approaching. Far from the knowledge of many, such month makes the desert region look stunning. It is there that bright color abounds with the...

Thursday, July 14th, 2011 | Posted in: Flower Guide & Tips No Comments »

Reasons Why I Love You

Picture this: You are giving a bouquet of gorgeous roses to your beloved. You expect a generous hug, a peck on the cheek, or at least a warm “thank you”. Instead you are asked, “Why do you love me?” It clearly indicates that th...

Monday, July 11th, 2011 | Posted in: Chinese Culture No Comments »

Are You in Love

Your heart beats fast when you think of him/her. You smile at the very mention of his/her name. You yearn to spend every special moment of your life with him/her. Suddenly a question that is worth pondering upon crops up. Are you in love? There is eve...

Monday, July 11th, 2011 | Posted in: Chinese Culture No Comments »

How to Say Sorry

Any relation is bound to have its highs and lows. Sometimes the lows are so low that you end up in a fight. The agony of sulking and being away from your partner is worse than going to Hell. You seem to be blank about how to say sorry. Patching up aft...

Monday, July 11th, 2011 | Posted in: Chinese Culture No Comments »

Some Great Reasons for Sending Flowers

We are going to be busy with flower delivery in the following month, but Valentine’s Day is not the only reason, there are a lot of reasons to buy flowers. They can fix a lot of problems, not only in relationships but life in general. You might hav...

Monday, July 11th, 2011 | Posted in: Flower Guide & Tips No Comments »

Why we Love Lilies!

Lilies are one of the most popular when it comes to flowers. It is not difficult to see why, they are beautiful, elegant and a true representative of spring and all the beauties of the season. Another great aspect of this flower is that it is easy to ...

Sunday, July 10th, 2011 | Posted in: Flower Guide & Tips 1 Comment »

How to Send Flowers to China

China has florists across the country that can deliver flowers to someone for you. You can send flowers to persons in China with a credit card or PayPal and some planning. 1   Contact a florist that offers the service of sending flowers from peopl...

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Sunday, July 10th, 2011 | Posted in: Flower Guide & Tips 2 Comments »

A Chinese Symbol of Reunion: Moon Cakes

The moon cake, also called “walnut cake”, “palace cake”, “small cake”, “moon pastry” and “reunion cake” etc, is a special pastry eaten on traditional Chinese Mid-autumn Festival. The annual f...

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Sunday, July 10th, 2011 | Posted in: Chinese Culture No Comments »

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