Published August 2002
by Alfred Publishing Company .
Written in English
|Contributions||An-Lun Huang (Composer), Alton Chan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
The Lantern Festival. A parade of lanterns to celebrate the first full moon. Qingming Festival. Paying respects to departed loved ones by sweeping and tending to their graves. The Dragon Boat Festival. Eating zongzi and dragon boat racing. Festival of the Cow Herder and the Weaving Maiden. A Romantic story of the origin of Chinese Valentine's Day/5(7). Chinese food has claimed a permanent place at the American table, but less is known about Chinese cuisine's more formal aspects. Chinese Feasts & Festivals brilliantly addresses this gap in a gorgeous, full-color Chinese cookbook. It is often said that the Chinese live to eat/5(18). He tells her the stories of Nian and the monster Xi (Chinese New Year); Qu Yuan, a patriotic poet who loved his kingdom (Dragon Boat Festival); the Jade Emperor of Heaven who ordered the earth to be destroyed by fire (Lantern Festival); and Hou Yi who shot down the suns (Mid-Autumn Festival)/5(4). Xiaowei’s Mid-Autumn Festival. In this beautifully illustrated book, children aged 2 to 6 will follow Mei as she and her family prepare for and celebrate the Mid-autumn, Mooncake, or Moon Festival. They will also enjoy reading the story behind one of the most important Chinese celebrations.
Of all the traditional festivals in China, Chinese spring festival and mid-autumn festival are the most important to modern Chinese people nowadays. Spring festival is also called Chinese New Year, it is like the Christmas in the west, and mid-autumn festival is a bit like the thanks giving day in America. There are annual events like Chinese New Year, the Lantern Festival, the Qingming (Tomb Sweeping) Festival, Double Seven Festival, and the Winter Solstice. The festivals introduced here have been selected for their traditional Chinese nature. Often the dates will vary from year to year because they are celebrated according to the Chinese : Cindy Tang. Boasting rich cultural meaning and a long history, traditional Chinese festivals compose an important and brilliant part of Chinese culture. Most traditional festivals took shape during the Qin. I have prepared an English-Chinese bilingual Dragon Boat Festival story e-book for you and your child to enjoy! Our special thanks go to my artist friend, Matt Cox. Are the dragon boat and dragon illustration gorgeous in the e-book? You can print them out for coloring pages for your child. This is a simple story in English, Chinese, and Pinyin.
Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival books on our bookcase display. Here’s a peak at Mid-Autumn Festival books on display on our bookshelf! All of our books are in simplified Chinese and English, but some are available in traditional Chinese and Korean. In the list of books in this post, I have included the ISBN and links to online bookstores. Product details Age Range: 4 and up Grade Level: Kindergarten - 12 Lexile Measure: ADL (What's this?) Hardcover: 32 pages Publisher: Boyds Mills Press; 1st edition (September 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x 5/5(2). Chinese festivals are based in the lunar calendar so the exact dates will vary from year to year in our Western Calendar.. By far, the largest and most important festival is Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival. But there are also many others just as lively and colorful that all Chinese kids love and enjoy, here are some of the most remarkable. The Moon Festival comes on the 8th full moon of the year. On this night, the moon is at its brightest. Friends and family gather together to enjoy the moonlight and of course eat mooncakes. Also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival, it will be on Septem