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Chinese New Year will be here before you know it and starting the lunar new year off right is essential. The festival is considered to be the most important 15 days of the year, setting the tone for a tradition built on prosperity and fortune. Here are our three favorite articles from Chinese American Family… read more
by Maria Adcock The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, is always celebrated on the day the moon is the fullest. This is traditionally the fifteenth day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar. The festival originated over 3,000 years ago when Chinese emperors worshipped the moon in the autumn in hopes… read more
by Maria Adcock The Mid Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, takes place on the 15th day of the 8th month based on the Chinese lunar calendar. It occurs at the time of the year when the moon is at its fullest and brightest. There are plenty of legends and history behind this fall celebration, but what I… read more
by Maria Adcock I am not fluent in Chinese, but wish I was. This was not always the case. As a first generation Chinese American, my parents spoke to my siblings and me in English so that we would learn the language of the country we lived in. We quickly became fluent, and my parents hoped… read more
Practice color matching and fine motor skills with this underwater-themed game that you can make yourself! Materials: A paper plate Colored pompoms Colored paper to match the pompom colors Glue Scissors A black Sharpie To Make the Game: Cut strips of the colored paper about 2 inches or 5cm wide Fold the strips of paper… read more
With just a fork and some paint, this adorable little guy is incredibly easy to make with your preschooler. Materials: Construction paper – green, white and black Poster or acrylic paint (we used yellow to stand out on the green paper background) Scissors A gluestick A fork A paper plate Instructions: Cut out two small… read more