Saturday, August 22, 2009
七夕情人節 (Qixi Qingren Jie, Chinese Valentine's Day) And Chinese Calendar
August 22, 2009
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An easy way to learn Chinese is to read my post, practice the Chinese that I post then find someone to talk to. Maybe I'll open an online practice hour so you can practice live with me in the future. Let me know if you like this. ^___^
There's a special day coming up=> Chinese Valentine's Day (Double Seventh Day, Double Seventh Festival) is also known as Qixi Festival!
It falls on August 26 this year which is 4 days away!
It's called Double Seventh Day because it's on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month on the Chinese calendar.
There's a beautiful love story about this day. You can read it Here.
How many roses would you like to prepare for this special day? How about a large bouquet of 999 pieces of roses? Check it out: Click Here.
I've put up a Chinese calendar on my side bar. But I think I should put one here also for your convenience.
Here's a little explanation and the pinyin for the Chinese characters on the calendar:
Conversation of the day ( pinyin & translation ):
A: Ni hao piaoliang. (You are so beautiful)
B: Xiexie ni! (Thank you!)
A: Bu keqi. (You are welcome.)
A: Wo ai ni. (I love you.)
B: Wo ye ai ni. (I love you, too.)
A: Qingren Jie quile! (Happy Valentine's Day!)
B: Qingren Jie quile! (Happy Valentine's Day!)
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I'll be sharing a love song in the next post. Stay tuned!
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