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Mooncake Event Albany House, 575 Albany Highway, Albany Village, Auckland Sunday 7 September 2014, 6:00pm – 9:00pm To build and energy of Chinese cultural awareness & connection in the Upper Harbour Community"
Carolyn King
Here are some photos from the Lantern Festival in Albert Park in 2008
As the Ghost Month is known to be an inauspicious time of the year in the Chinese lunar calendar, there are do's and don't's that people would follow in order
To those unfamiliar with the Chinese Ghost Festival (Traditional Chinese: 盂蘭盆; Simplified Chinese: 盂兰盆; Hanyu Pinyin: Yúlánpén; Hokkien Chhit-goe̍h-poàⁿ, Cantonese: Jyu laan pun), some may call it the Chinese Halloween.
Ghost Festival (Traditional Chinese: 盂蘭盆; Simplified Chinese: 盂兰盆; Hanyu Pinyin: Yúlánpén; Hokkien Chhit-goe̍h-poàⁿ, Cantonese: Jyu laan pun), also known as Hungry Ghost Festival, is a traditional Chinese festival celebrated by
For those not familiar with the term "Peranakan" they are the descendants of early Chinese migrants and traders who settled and married local women of the Straits of Malacca
Getai, literally meaning song stage or 歌台 (Simplified Chinese; pinyin: Gē tái), is a live stage performance held during Hungry Ghost festival which falls on the seventh month in the
For those who miss the taste and smell of rougan (also known as bak kwa among Hokkien speakers), there is a rougan production company based in Auckland called Bakkwa King
Pu Songling is a Qing Dynasty author known for writing Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio