24 Solar Terms: 5 things you may not know about Grain Rain

The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. Grain Rain (Chinese: 谷雨),as the last term in spring, starts on April 20 and ends on May 5. Grain Rain originates from the old saying, “Rain brings up the growth of hundreds of grains,” which shows that this period of rainfall is extremely…

Giant Panda, Giant Buddha, Mount Emei, Kungfu & Tea Plantation 3 Days Experience

Highlights: . Cute panda . Leshan Giant Buddha .Buddhism Temple Stay .Kungfu Learning .Mount Emei .Tea Plantation .Tea Plantation Over viewGiant panda: Chengdu, hometown of panda, is famous for the protection and breeding of endangered wild animals that are unique to China, including giant pandas and red pandas. It is honored as “the national treasure’s…

Have a cup of pre-Qing Ming tea!

The fever has kicked in – the irresistible desire for those fresh white and green teas that will be coming soon. Yes, pre-Qing Ming Tea Time is here, although they will probably not appear on the market until the April – May timeframe. And we are salivating at the very thought. Time to see what’s…

What is your Chinese Zodiac sign?

With the passing of another year, it can be easy to get caught up in the celebrations without actually stopping to think about what the Year of the Pig may mean to you and your loved ones. Seeing as China’s ancient philosophers had their own givings on how astrological signs affect people’s personality and behavior,…