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Childbook.com is holding a review contest open to all current and past users of the New Practical Chinese Reader (NPCR) textbooks. - March 27, 2010
The Dragon Boat Festival is one of the most important of the Chinese Holidays, second only in importance to Chinese New Year. At childbook.com you can get information on Dragon Boat Racing and Festival Events Calendar for the US and Canada, which have become very popular, background and traditions of the Dragon Boat Festival, books about the Dragon Boat Festival & Racing and Related Links. - May 24, 2009
Chinese Harry Potter - Complete Story of Harry Potter in Traditional Chinese now for sale at childbook.com. This is the sixth of seven Harry Potter series written by J.K. Rowling. Wizards who have one or more Muggle (non-magical) grandparents are known as half-blood. - May 23, 2009
ChildBook.com is an online bookstore for children that specializes in providing Learn-Chinese materials since 1997. It is pleased to announce that Practical Chinese series of textbooks now has teacher’s guides available for sale. - May 22, 2009
This 2009, the Chinese New Year starts on January 26 and is called the Year of the Ox. Dates for events range from January through February 2009. Event organizers include local Chamber of Commerce, Chinese historical societies, and Casinos. - January 14, 2009
The QiPao is China’s national dress. It is worn by women and girls on special holidays. In the US, the QiPao is commonly worn during Chinese New Year, Chinese weddings and birthdays. - January 11, 2009
ChildBook is an online bookstore that specializes in providing learn-Chinese materials. It currently has 6 textbook series that may be used by younger children, elementary grades to upper level students, including adults. - January 10, 2009
ChildBook.com formally released today the Chinese Games section for kids. It contains ten games usually played in China and Taiwan. First batch of featured games are: Da Fong Chui (a game similar to Simon Says), Luo Bu Dun, Shan Dian Didi, Chinese Tag and more. - January 07, 2009
ChildBook.com formally opened today the free Chinese Culture Lesson Plans that contains an updated list of lesson plans that can be used for teaching Chinese culture. The lesson plans cover Chinese festivals, Chinese current events and Chinese literature. - December 16, 2008
Chinese New Year is celebrated in the United States and Canada in cities with large ethnic Chinese populations, or cities with historically long-standing Chinese presence. - December 14, 2008
Cute additions for Chinese New Year include coloring sheets of the kitchen god, dragon dance, fire works, gate gods, family togetherness, house cleaning and more. - December 07, 2008
This 2009, the Chinese New Year (according to the Lunar calendar) falls on January 26. The Chinese New Year is the season to spend time with the family. Making greetings and crafts together is the perfect way to bond with family during this festive time. Other Chinese traditions to welcome the New Year include cleaning the house, settling debts, getting haircuts and eating with the family. These traditions are all about starting anew and starting right. - December 05, 2008
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