Chinese Calendar, a Lunisolar Calendar, contains 12 Lunar Months and 24 Solar Terms.
It has been widely applied in China for thousands of years.
Nowadays, all Traditional Chinese Festivals still follow this time-honored Lunisolar Calendar.
As for individuals, there are ceremonies to celebrate or honor each phase of one’s life: Brith Celebration, Coming of Age, Wedding Ceremony, and Grief Rite.
National Etiquettes have been gradually abolished, however, some Daily Etiquettes are still inherited and widely applied as important traditions.
Chinese Mythology has multi origins and systems, which includes Ancient Creation Gods, contributive Neolithic Kings, Religious Immortals, Deified Historical Figures, and Local Guardians.
They coexist harmoniously in Chinese culture, and each of which has certain numbers of worshipers.
Those immortals, together with many Mythical Creatures, they live in a mysterious Wonder World.
Most natural sceneries in China has cultural or historical values; they are habitations of immortals or religious hermits, or carriers of local legends and history.
Chinese Traditional Outfit includes Hair Ornament, Pendant, Jewelry and Clothes, whose color and pattern followed strict hierarchy based on one’s occupation and social status in the history.
Nowadays, people could wear whichever they like, however, there are still some Color Taboos in Chinese culture.
Besides decorative and symbolic functions, some of them also used as Love Tokens that people would send to their beloved ones, as the symbol of eternal love.
Hieroglyphics, Ideograms, and Semantic-phonetic Compound Characters are the three most frequently used formations of Chinese Characters (also named Han Zi).
They imitate appearances of objects, and are easy to understand.