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Easy Chinese Hot Pot Recipe and Tips for Preparing it at Home

What is Chinese Hot Pot, how do you prepare and eat it? Here is an easy Chinese Hot Pot Recipe and tips on preparing and enjoying your hot pot at home.

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Chinese New Year in Sydney 2018

Sydney's Chinese New Year Festival is one of the biggest celebrations outside of China and runs for a couple of weeks with Lunar Markets, Pop Up Food Festivals, Lion Dances, Fireworks and even Dragon Boat Racing on the last weekend of the Festival.

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How to Make Chinese Lanterns

Learn how to make chinese lanterns with these six easy steps for kids to follow. All you need is some paper, scissors and glue.

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Chinese New Year Crafts: Making Your Own

Let's make some easy Chinese New Year crafts to decorate the house and get in the festive mood, here we show you how to make paper lanterns and banners with messages of good luck and fortune, easy for home or a school project.

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How to Make Paper Fans

How to make Chinese paper fans in 7 easy steps: some red and gold paper, a little folding and you have an awesome decorative piece to add to the spirit of any Chinese celebration!

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Chinese New Year in Hong Kong 2018

The Hong Kong Chinese New Year Parade, the Fireworks, the markets, the lion dances, the lantern festivals... Here's what's happening in Hong Kong this Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dog 2018

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Chinese New Year in Beijing 2018

Two long-standing traditions of the Chinese New Year festivities take place in Beijing every year, colorful and lively Temple Fairs and bright and noisy Firecrackers. Here's what's happening in Beijing this Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dog 2018

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Chinese New Year in Singapore 2018

Singapore is a riot of colors and lights during the Chinese New Year festivities: Street Light Ups, The River Hongbao Carnival, The Chingay Parade and of course Fireworks! Here's what's happening in Singapore this Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dog 2018

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Chinese New Year in London 2018

Chinese New Year in London is a flurry of colorful and energetic lions and dragons parading through the streets, crackling sounds of firecrackers, lively cultural performances, opera, kung fu, acrobats, craft markets and stalls and of course, this being a Chinese festival, food food food!

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2018 Year of the Dog... What Will It Bring?!

2018 is the Chinese year of the Dog, the Earth Dog to be more precise. What does it have in store for you? What about babies born in the Year of the Dog? Find out!

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China Visa: who needs a Chinese Visa, where to apply for one

China Visa: who needs a Chinese Visa, where to apply for one, how does the 72 or 144 hour visa-free entry work and the latest china visa news.

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Chinese New Year Lanterns: Making Your Own!

Let's make some easy Chinese New Year lanterns to decorate the house, hang by entrances, place on tables, liven up the classroom! All you need is some paper, gold and red, of course our lucky colors, scissors and glue.

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Chinese New Year Red Envelope

The Chinese New Year Red Envelope is one of the favorite Chinese traditions for children since on New Year's Day, they are given the shiny things with money inside! Who gives, who gets, how much?

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Chinese New Year Traditions and Preparations

According to Chinese New Year traditions, you must clean your house from top to bottom to get rid off all the bad luck gathered in the past year, settle all your debts, and put away all your knives, sonst the good luck will be cut-off!

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From Our Family To Yours... Happy New Year!

Happy New Year 2018

There are a lot of things in the world yet to be seen and experienced. As the new year approaches, we wish you and your family a year of exploration and new adventures that will create lasting memories for years to come...

May you have a great year filled with immense happiness, abundant health and luck!

Chinese Dragons


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