From exchanging love spoons to kissing in the capital, lovebirds around the world express their sentiments with unique customs.
On January 28th, 2017, families worldwide will celebrate the new year with traditions rooted in ancient myth and historic practice.
How Chinese New Year varies from Gregorian calendar New Year and how to avoid etiquette faux pas.
For those preparing for their first tea or wanting to unwind in the tranquility of their local tea house, here’s your go-to guide for National Hot Tea Month.
From jubilant 70th birthday celebrations to listening to stories with rapt attention, cultures have found unique ways to honor their elders.
If you’re planning to do business in China this February, it is important to be aware of the customs of Chinese Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival.