Chinees nieuwjaar viering in Utrecht

Chinese New Year Celebration in Utrecht Living in Amsterdam, I don’t spend every Chinese new year in Netherlands. This year I didn’t travel China or USA, just stay here. One Dutch friend informed me about the event just last Thursday. I checked the online tickets, already sold out 3 days ago. Then I called the organiser to […]

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Chinese New Year and its Significance for Businesses

Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is the most celebrated festival in Chinese culture. The date of the festival is dictated by the Chinese lunar calendar, and thus can fall anywhere between January 21 and February 20. As China’s position in the world shifts, the festival now no longer influences only those […]

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3 Easy Ways to Gain Chinese Likability

3 Easy Ways to Gain Chinese Likability My husband Joost visited China first time in February 2016. We stayed in my hometown for 2 weeks to celebrate theChinese new yearChinese new year. My hometown, Huayuan village is nearby ‘Chinawood’, Hengdian World Studios (Chinese: 横店影视城). Joost doesn’t speak Chinese, but he easily gained Chinese likability. How did […]

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