Spring Festival is the cultural highlight of the Chinese calendar, and it’s the perfect time to experience many traditional Chinese cultural treasures. But as important as it is, not everyone has the time or insight to be able to put together a program that is perfectly designed to help participants get the most out of it.
To address that, Cultural Keys has put together a special Spring Festival program for hotels, embassies, schools and companies, perfect for your staff, guests or clients, that introduces them to the history and traditions of Spring Festival and allows them to try one of a variety of cultural experiences for themselves.
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Getting ready to leave for the holidays? Don’t forget to take some special gifts back home with you! Read on to find out the best places in Beijing to buy unique gifts with a special Chinese twist!
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Join Cultural Keys (and a whole lot of other Brit-linked businesses) for a momentous day for Britain in October beginning with B… no not that one!
It’s the BEST OF BRITISH Festival 2019!!!
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The Year of the Dog was a long year of familiar patterns set to a frenetic pace, perfectly encapsulating the energy of the Dog. And that applied to the progress of Cultural Keys as much as it did the rest of the world.
As we are now halfway through this years’ Spring Festival celebrations, we wanted to take a quick look at some of the successes of the past year and what CK got up to while giving thanks to everyone who joined us for each of those important moments!
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If there is one thing we all know (and definitely appreciate!) it’s how quiet Beijing generally becomes during the Spring Festival. Of course, quiet can also mean it’s a little more difficult to find fun and interesting things for the whole family to enjoy.
But difficult certainly doesn’t mean impossible, especially in Beijing! One fun way to celebrate the new Year of the Pig is to attend a temple fair, which have been traditional throughout China for hundreds of years.
Continue reading “Spring Festival 2019 Temple Fair Roundup”