A dragon-shaped lantern in front of Taiwan's landmark building Taipei 101

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The Ghost Festival is a traditional Chinese festival and holiday celebrated by Chinese in many countries. In the lunar calendar, the Ghost Festival is on the 15th night of the seventh lunar month. (wiki) Are you eager to know more about this traditional Chinese festival? Come visit Taiwan, and you'll find more interesting stories about the Ghost Festival.  @ Sanxia District, New Taipei City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)  To travel Taiwan (Asia), please visit the website: timefortaiwan.tw/EN

The Ghost Festival is a traditional Chinese festival and holiday celebrated by Chinese in many countries. In the lunar calendar, the Ghost Festival is on the 15th night of the seventh lunar month. (wiki) Are you eager to know more about this traditional Chinese festival? Come visit Taiwan, and you'll find more interesting stories about the Ghost Festival. @ Sanxia District, New Taipei City, Taiwan (R.O.C.) To travel Taiwan (Asia), please visit the website: timefortaiwan.tw/EN

Chinese New Year decorations in Yu Garden. loved the colors of Shanghai. >> China is on my bucket list for sure. Is it on yours? #PinUpLive

Shanghai (THE BEST TRAVEL PHOTOS)

Chinese New Year decorations in Yu Garden. loved the colors of Shanghai. >> China is on my bucket list for sure. Is it on yours? #PinUpLive

January 2012 –  February 2013: Water Dragon, Chinese Festival of Lights, Canada

January 2012 – February 2013: Water Dragon, Chinese Festival of Lights, Canada

Across the globe in different countries, thousands of festivals are celebrated every year. For someone who loves traveling, witnessing celebrations from a country with different roots is a must. A festival is a country’s way of representing its culture and its people; thus, it is no wonder that some travelers visit a country when a …

10 Festivals Every Wanderlust Should See

Across the globe in different countries, thousands of festivals are celebrated every year. For someone who loves traveling, witnessing celebrations from a country with different roots is a must. A festival is a country’s way of representing its culture and its people; thus, it is no wonder that some travelers visit a country when a …

An infographic of China and Korea Photos and videos by Learn Mandarin 中文故事 (@ZhongWenGuShi) | Twitter

An infographic of China and Korea Photos and videos by Learn Mandarin 中文故事 (@ZhongWenGuShi) | Twitter

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