If every panda is an adorable star in the eyes of fans, then the miraculous survival of the panda triplets just made these three little fellows superstars in the “panda business.”
Everyone at Vision Times would like to wish our loyal readers a Happy Chinese New Year and best wishes for the Year of the Goat!
As the start of the Year of the Goat draws closer, Chinese people are preparing to celebrate the New Year and the Lantern Festival.
Here’s what you should and shouldn’t do to start the New Year right, the Chinese way.
Chinese New Year starts February 19th. It will be Year of the Sheep. Let’s all have our origami sheep done by then, ready to show them off and celebrate together.
Are ‘Goat’ and ‘Sheep’ the same zodiac sign?
You’ve probably noticed red paper cuttings like these celebrating Chinese New Year, but do you know what they mean?
As the Chinese year of the goat approaches let’s look at what that’s all about.
A new animal is about to take center-stage in the Chinese horoscope!
As the Year of the Horse draws to a close, Chinese people are preparing to welcome the Year of the Goat which starts on Feb. 19.