How do you (you specifically) spend your Chinese new year?
Similar to Chrismas, stay with family, visit friends, send some gifts, usually we give real money to kids in a small red pack.
most people have a seven-day holiday which we called Spring Festival Golden Week.When the arrival of the Spring Festival, every Chinese person, no matter where he is, get home as much as possible to accompany parents.Then we meet with friends and relatives, and mutual blessing.we drink much for friendship ,health and all other good wishes. happy and busy….When the holidays drawing to a close, people have to be prepared to return to the city they work and live.
From where does the word ”China” originated?
Does the word ”China” has meaning?
I mean most of Chinese history talk about Middle kingdom n different dynasties only…..
Why do Chinese people say Sino-India or Sino-Pak relations n not China-India or China-Pak relations???
It consists of 2 characters, one means middle the other means country thus middle kingdom
Let´s assume Japan recognises there is an island dispute (that is one the demands China requests from Japan). What is China´s stance in the negotiation? I don´t think that Japan is willing to cede all of the islets back to China.
you had experience of posting SCS related comments above why do something similar again?
When did English choosen as National language??? :what:
Sitting in canada dose not mean you could write bulshit here about India. I never speak english I have to deal with common Indians. Hindi is first Official language. English is secondary official language and is mainly used by south people. In North , they are not really very enthusiastic about English
There is no National Language at all.
Nobody has has still answered my question-
Why do Chinese people say Sino-India or Sino-Pak relations n not China-India or China-Pak
It’s not that Chinese people call Sino-….. relations, it’s how the western world use the word “sino” to describe relations
it is a habitual usage.Sino is usually used as a prefix，of cause China-India or China-Pak is OK
‘Sino’ is a Latin prefix for China and Chinese and only appears in English writings. Chinese language doesn’t use such word, except in dictionaries, to describe country to country relationship.