Happy Mid Year!We’ve reached the half way point of the calendar year.We are exactly half of the way through 2017, or we have half of 2017 to go, depending on your outlook on life. Are you a little worn out from staying up late to ring in the Mid Year last night?Probably not.After all, Mid Year’s Eve isn’t observed with quite the same enthusiasm as New Year’s Eve.But Mid Year’s Day can be as important a holiday as New Year’s Day.Maybe even more so.Think... continue reading
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Hang Ma street is from the intersection Hang Duong street to Phung Hung Street and it is of 339 m, former rural land and Yen Phu Vinh Hanh, two ancient villages separated by the To Lich river, the river has been filled up two sections on both sides of street almost opposite still closely together. Thus, the time of French in Vietnam, the streets are generally put a name Rue du Cuivre (Hang Dong) and today it is Hang Ma street. The coldest weather and drizzle in Hanoi last few days makes everyone... continue reading
Vietnam is the country with many beautiful festivals. There are hundreds of festivals each year. Besides the Tet Holiday, the Mid-Autumn festival is one of the most famous festivals and it is a traditional celebration for Vietnamese children. Mid-Autumn lanterns are not as colorful as those of the Lantern Festival. There is no big lantern party during Mid-Autumn Festival, but children like making colorful lanterns very much. They make lanterns of different shapes and let them float on the rivers.... continue reading
The Mid-Autumn festival is popular in many national and traditional culture festival in east Asian countries, when the lunar August 15.Because about half of its value just seems as long as three years, the Mid-Autumn festival.That are cheap and reunion, moon worship offering month, bore, burning lamp, guessing, eat moon cakes, play with lanterns, burning towers and other public activities.In this festival, wish you peace happiness! continue reading
This year the festival fall on September 2011. As most of the chinese/asian people might know. it is one of the most important event of the year after the new year's day. There is a lot of legends behind this tradition. I also don't all of them.The only that I can say is during this festival, the houses, trees are decorated with the brightly lit lanterns at night under the round and brightest moon creating a special atmosphere of Joyce, happiness and shares.I remember that time. I was the... continue reading
It's not really a mid-term report cause I still have many more years of learning here but still.It was a bit more than a year and a half ago when I came to learn that I have something useful to do with my pictures. All those pictures I took all those years that were just laying in an album I looked at maybe once a year.Those pictures friends would occasionally glance at and say "very nice, very nice".A year and a half ago I saw a facebook post of a friend declaring about a sale he just made... continue reading
Mid-Autumn festival, also called Mooncake festival is a popular harvest festival celebrated by Chinese.Here I have two mooncake photos:Do you like to eat mooncake? Even I am chinese but I don't like..Note:The second photo is my daughter's hand..I promised to her, the first sale earnings of this photo will give to her.She is waiting for it... :) continue reading
The Mid-Autumn Festival, Sept.14 2008, is celebrated on the 15th day of the 8the month of the lunar calendar.It is known asfestival of reunion like Spring Festival in China.All family members congregate and enjoy the full moon - an auspicious symbol of abundance, harmony and luck.On this special day I will usually go back to my parent's home . After a family reunion dinner,we will sit together and eat mooncakeswith a good cup of piping hot Chinese tea. It's a very happy evening for me. continue reading
I do not consider myself a winter person by any stretch of the imagination.This is a little odd for as far north that I live but I really do enjoy the changes of seasons.And after the midway point I feel like there's light at the end of the tunnel.If nothing else as the days get longer my energy seems to pick up.When it's dark at 5p.m. my energy is gone by seven. Now each day is getting longer and closer to green instead of white.I'd much rather look at trees with full leaves... continue reading
Today (Asian time) is Mid-Autumn Festival in Chinese culture and most people will have a holiday to spend time with their families. It's a very lovely festival that we will celebrate the full moon with lantern and a special food called Mooncake. (Kids are most excited because that's the only day they're allowed to play with fire ;-)I'm glad to share our happiness with you. Cheers! continue reading
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