How to celebrate Chinese New Year in lockdown + lantern craft activity

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Chinese New Year & Lunar New Year (Friday 12th February 2021) Chinese New Year is also known as the Lunar New Year, Spring Festival or Tết (Vietnamese). It is greatly celebrated worldwide by those of Chinese and Asian heritage. It’s like the equivalent to celebrating January 1st but following the lunar (moon) calendar… yes, that’s […]

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Happy Mid Autumn Festival!

The different flavours of Chinese Mooncakes Known as Tết Trung Thu (Mid Autumn Festival) is a special occasion where Vietnamese people celebrate by give mooncakes to friends and family as a symbol of well-wishing. It’s a very old tradition, passed on from generations to generations. I certainly remember eating my fair share of the cakes and hated the Chinese […]

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Half & Half

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In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Half and Half” Half of mummy and half of daddy, half-Vietnamese and half-Congolese… This week’s photo challenge is dedicated to LO. Both of our cultures and traditions are instilled in LO so he can grow up with the best knowledge of his dual heritage. I always […]

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