Tingbo Chen
  • Epic tale “Journey to the West” still a hit in China The famous Chinese show called “Journey to the West” or Xi You Ji, is a legendary Chinese TV show adapted from one of the four great classic novels of Chinese literature. It has 25 episodes and originally aired from 1982 to 1988 in China. The show is a classic and re-airs every year on Chinese […]
  • World’s largest human migration Chunyun may break record The start of the Lunar New Year is just a weekend away. And the world’s largest human migration, “Chunyun”, is happening in China.
  • Universal Studios Hollywood prepared for Spring Festival holiday Chinese tourists visit California more than any other state in the U.S. Many of them make a stop at Universal Studios Hollywood. It’s all the more reason for the theme park to celebrate Lunar New Year.
  • The first Chinese Baijiu bar opens in the US Located in New York’s Greenwich Village is Lumos—the first Baijiu focused bar to open in the U.S. Lumos co-owner Orson Salicetti was inspired by the diverse flavor profiles of Baijiu and wanted to introduce the spirit to the seasoned or adventurous drinkers in New York.
  • Chinese Zodiac: the meaning, traits of each animal In Chinese astrology, the calendar has a 12-year cycle, and each year is represented by an animal. People born in a given year are said to have personality traits associated with that year’s animal sign.
  • Chinese calligraphy hangings mark start of Spring Festival During Spring Festival doorways and windows across China are adorned with calligraphy. The tradition originated during the Later Shu state (934-965 A.D.) during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period in China, according to the China Travel Guide.