Tips for Sending Gifts in China

send gifts to china

1 Consider the occasion. Usually when you go for a family dinner, you can bring some gifts for the hostess, e.g. a bunch of flowers, fruits, local specialties and so on. If there are children in the family, you can bring some toys and candies. When in...

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Friday, December 16th, 2011 | Posted in Chinese Culture

Buying flowers for a Chinese Lady

where to buy flowers in China

As for sending a bouquet of flowers to a Chinese lady…Usually Chinese guys only send red roses to someone special. Otherwise, the girl would be misled and think you are in love with her. If you are not in love with her, you’d better send l...

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Tuesday, November 29th, 2011 | Posted in Chinese Culture, Flower Guide & Tips

The Symbolic Meanings of Flowers in China

China is a culture of flowers. Its traditional art and customs are infused with symbols and habits that pertain to flowers. Even the name of Chinese people, hua ren, when spoken in a different tone could mean “flower people”. Most ancient painting...

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Monday, November 28th, 2011 | Posted in Chinese Culture

Beijing Culture

Beijing Culture 2

Undoubtedly, Beijing is the cultural center of China. Beijing has endowed too many connotations for culture. Beijing is just like the thickest encyclopedia, containing the cultural heritage of 5,000 history of China, absorbing the exploding knowledge ...

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Wednesday, November 9th, 2011 | Posted in Chinese Culture

Thanksgiving Day in China

Like many American cultural things, the Thanksgiving holiday that originated in the United States is catching on in China — a little. It is mainly celebrated among Canadians and Americans who live in China, and sometimes teachers teach kids abou...

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Monday, November 7th, 2011 | Posted in Chinese Culture, Holiday Gift

The 8 Classes of Chinese Tea

8 Classes of Chinese Tea

As the hometown of tea, there are many kinds of tea in China. The following will offer some information about 8 kinds of Chinese tea. When you come to China, you may have a try. Chinese Green Tea Green Tea is the most natural of all Chinese tea classe...

Monday, October 24th, 2011 | Posted in Chinese Culture

Ideas for a Rose Bouquet or Arrangement

Roses are a classic gift or decoration, regardless of the occasion or Holiday it’s used for. They always promise to make an impression, especially when offered without any special occasion. Here are a few ideas when offering a rose bouquet or when t...

Friday, October 14th, 2011 | Posted in Flower Guide & Tips

Flower City – Guangzhou China

Guangzhou has a few beautiful and legendary nick names, Huacheng (the Flower City), Yangcheng (the Goat City) and Suicheng (the Rice-ear City). Guangzhou is a civilized ancient city. It is 2,100 years old, the same ages as the world-renowned ancient c...

Saturday, October 8th, 2011 | Posted in Chinese Culture

How Do I Know If He Truly Loves Me?

Love brings behavioural changes in human beings. If we observe a person who is in deep love, we would definitely find the basic changes in him/her at the first glance. However, there is no certain set of rules that can be applicable to fathom out whet...

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Monday, September 26th, 2011 | Posted in Chinese Culture

China National Day 2011, Golden Week

The National Day of the People’s Republic of China is celebrated every year on October 1. This year, people in China can also enjoy a seven-day rest during the National Day holiday between October 1 and 7 as usual. Oct. 1st is China’s National...

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011 | Posted in Chinese Culture

Chinese Teacher’s Day

Teachers’ Day (Jiaoshi Jie) Date: September 10th   Teachers’ Day is one of the three occupational festivals in China. The other two occupational ones include Nurses’ Day and Journalists’ Day. From 1931, China had four Teac...

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Thursday, September 8th, 2011 | Posted in Chinese Culture

What is Chinese Money Tree

Chinese money tree

Some Interesting Information About the Chinese Money Tree A money tree plant is a special type of bonsai tree. The design originated in Taiwan in the 1980s, and was quickly picked up by many other Asian nations. Areas with large Asian populations freq...

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011 | Posted in Chinese Culture, Holiday Gift

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