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Traditional Craft of Making Rabbit Lanterns
2016-02-16

The Lantern Festival occurs on  the 15th day of the Chinese New Year and eating sweet dumplings and dragging the rabbit lanter in the alleys is a warm memory of childhood for many Shanghainese. With the Lantern Festival approaching, let's go looking for authentic traditional rabbit lanterns - you know they are believed to bring good luck.

Hermes, fell in love with paper-cut
2016-02-15

Since ancient times, during the Spring Festival Chinese people have visted the temple to worship, burning incense, praying, and this gradually evolved into a form of traditional culture. Red lanterns hung high, sweet and sour sugar-coated hawthorns, as well as fine paper-cutting, all of this young children were exposed to, along with a variety of traditional snacks and other arts and crafts which were redolent of long and deeply held traditions.

Happy Chinese New Year!
2016-02-01

Best wishes for a happy Chinese New Year to you all.  We will be taking a short break for a week and we'll see you all after that.  Stay warm!  Back soon.