February 3, 2011
The year of the rabbit will be ushered in with many festivities on February 3rd this year. Because the Chinese calendar is different from the traditional calendar, the Lunar New Year’s Day is always on a different day (much like how Easter falls on a different day every year). Every year is symbolized by an animal, which rotates every 12 years. You’ve probably seen the calendar on a paper place mat in a Chinese restaurant.
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December 1, 2010
It’s that time of the year again – the holiday season. For some people, this can be the most exciting time of the year, while others might not share the same passion for the gentle snowflakes (which we only get about once a year, unfortunately, in my opinion) and bright holiday lights. However, it doesn’t matter whether you love the holiday season or not when it comes to loving these holiday movies. Read the rest of this entry »