China Festivals in December
Chinese people celebrate a seemingly endless number of festivals during the course of a year. Have a look at all festivals celebrated in this month.
At Christmas in China, you'll see many of the same decorations up. Most decorations are made in China anyway! Christmas has been steadily gaining popularity ...
Some Chinese celebrate the Winter Solstice on December 21st, 22nd or 23rd depending on the day it falls. It is a custom for people to eat dumplings and/or tangyuan with their family on the day of the Winter Solstice.
The Bird’s Nest Ice and Snow Festival, using the Beijing Olympics’ National Stadium as its main festival area, attracts millions of tourists every January and February. It is a Disney princess themed festival, designed by the National Stadium and Disney.
In January, Yuyuantan Park hold its annual ice and snow festival, which is becoming larger each year. The festival provides many traditional and interesting winter activities like snow sledding, a maze, snow transporters, and a children’s world for visitors.
Massive ice sculptures in Harbin The annual Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival is Harbin's main tourist highlight. It is the world's biggest winter festival. ...
Christmas is more and more popular in China. Young people in Shanghai celebrate Christmas mostly as a festival to get together with their partners or friends. This article has listed the most favored events at markets, restaurants and bars in Shanghai at Christmas as well as churches.