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Celebrate a Traditional Chinese Birthday with...


Western-style birthday celebrations with neatly wrapped gifts, colorful balloons and sweet cakes with candles are becoming more popular in China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. However, Chinese culture has some distinct birthday customs. Learn how to celebrate a Chinese-style birthday.

How to Celebrate Chinese Birthdays


While Westerns celebrate each birthday with a cake and gifts, Chinese birthdays have special traditions and taboos that are important to honor.

Chinese Culture: Chinese Gift-Giving Etiquette


Not only is the choice in Chinese gift-giving culture important, but how much you spend, how you wrap it, and how it's presented are all important.

7 Chinese Fable Stories


Many Chinese fables tell an entertaining story to illustrate a moral lesson. Here are seven such stories, involving donkeys, tigers, foxes and more.

Find Out What Your Chinese Name Would Be


Get your Chinese name based on your English name free, with over 6,000 English names translated into Chinese.

Things to Know About a Chinese Funeral


Chinese funeral traditions vary depending on where the deceased person and his or her family are from but some basic traditions still apply.

What Red Envelopes Mean on Chinese New Year


A red envelope is simply a long, narrow, red envelope with money in it. Traditional red envelopes are often decorated with gold Chinese characters like happiness and wealth. Variations of the red envelope include red envelopes with cartoon characters and red envelopes from stores and companies that contain coupons and gift certificates inside.