The Dragon Boat Festival (or Duan Wu Festival in Chinese) is on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month.
The Spring Festival is the oldest and most important festival in China, celebrating the earth coming back to life.
The Lantern Festival (orYuan XiaoFestival in Chinese) is an important traditional Chinese festival, which is on the 15th of the first lunar month, marking the end of celebrations of the New Year.
People in different parts of China have different ways to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival. But one traditional custom has definitely remained and is shared by all the Chinese.
I always believed in TCM, but the effect of TCM massage on my child still surprised me," says Tang Dan, a young mother of a 2-year-old boy in Beijing.
According to a popular legend, tea was discovered by a Chinese Emperor in 2737 BC as a medicinal beverage at first.
According to traditional Chinese medicine, people should drink tea according to their physical fitness as well as choose the right tea in different seasons of a year.
Tea house (Chaguan), a special place for the Chinese to have tea, is very popular in the Yangtze River area; it is mostly called tea house (Chalou) in provinces like Guangdong, Guangxi and Hainan, and is called tea pavilion (Chating) in Beijing and Tianjin of north China. Historically, there are some other names for it, such as Chaliao, Chafang, Chasi, Chashe, Chayuan, Chawu and Chashi. Although these names vary, the forms and contents are basically the same.
Drinking tea offers numerous benefits. It refreshes the mind, clears heat within the human body and helps people lose weight.
"Yunan Black Tea" is a general name for black tea produced in Yunan.
"Huishan tea party" depicts Wen Zhengming and a few friends in Wuxi Huishan tea.
On the every street of Shanghai, there are four breakfast dishes renowned as the “Four Guardians”,