Valentine’s Day is now fast approaching. It is a lovely day where couples exchange gifts and enjoy candle-lit romantic dinner dates.
This Valentine’s Day, why not take a break from the usual boxed chocolates, bouquet of flowers and greeting cards?
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. It’s an occasion when you can find a lot of couples celebrating their love and affection to one another.
Here in the Philippines, it is common to find gentlemen giving flowers, chocolates, teddy bears and such to their special someone as it symbolize their love and sincerity to their partner. But how about them getting something this Valentine’s Day?
Kung Hei Fat Choy! This is how we greet each other during Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is China’s most important traditional festival for Chinese Families.
The date for Chinese New Year is based on the Chinese lunar calendar, but it always falls within January 21 to February 20. This year’s Chinese New Year is scheduled on the 8th day of February, 2016.