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Chinese Culture & Traditions

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Qisthy Aliyya

on 24 February 2011

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Chinese Culture and Traditions So....., how is the Chinese calendar different from the western one? In Chinese astrology, what sign were you born under? What kind of person does this mean you are? If you stand on an egg at exactly 12 noon, what will happen to you, according to tradition? How do you protect yourself from evil and disease, according to tradition? What are the two important ceremonies performed for the dragon boats? Thank you for watching our Prezi! Samantha Jessica Qisthy By: The Chinese calendar follows the moon... ...while the Western calendar follows the sun. The following year that person will have good luck. By hanging herbs on the front door. Drinking nutritious concoctions And displaying portraits of evil nemesis, Chung Kuei. The important ceremonies performed for the dragon boats are boat races, where teams row there boats forward to a drum beat. Another ceremony is throwing dumplings and zongzi which is made of bamboo leaves filled with cooked rice.
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