Posts Tagged traditional Chinese Culture

Following the old rules…

Mar 16th, 2010 Posted in Culture | no comment »

In Traditional Chinese culture, people used to celebrate New Year for the first month of the year. During this whole month, I assume people would enjoy big feasts with various dishes and tastes, sharing happiness with family and friends, for they have worked hard for the past year, and it is the moment to celebrate and wait for the sign of the Spring, when everything on earth is revived, and that means a brand new beginning. Read the rest of this entry »

Let the Tea Talk…

Mar 7th, 2010 Posted in Culture | no comment »

The beauty of Tea Culture is not only about slowing down the steps, but also about the people showing their respect to others while drinking. There are many “rules” during the tea in China. I have no ideas about those “hidden rules” at the beginning, but recently I paid key attention on those not too obvious gestures, so next time when I go back to China, I’ll have full confidence to have tea with others. =) Read the rest of this entry »