What does Starbucks bring for traditional Chinese holidays?

You might have heard about what the Dragon Boat Festival is or why Chinese people eat Zongzi on that day for many times. So we’re going to talk about something new this time. Special food for special holidays is a rule in many countries. Turkey for Thanksgiving, Zongzi for Dragon Boat Festival… They’re classic but Read more about What does Starbucks bring for traditional Chinese holidays?[…]

520: The Chinese Number that Expresses Love

520, when pronounced in Chinese (wǔ’èrlíng), sounds similar to the homophonic phrase ‘I love you’, or wǒ ài nǐ. Therefore, the number 520, 五二零, represents 我爱你. May 20th, written with numbers as 5.20, is an extremely meaningful day when people across China celebrate love and express their love! 520 originated as a slang word used Read more about 520: The Chinese Number that Expresses Love[…]

Eating One’s Way Through China: A Favorite Five

China has truly an incredible diverse assortment of culinary styles. Depending on the region, even the city, the food your taste buds will encounter can vary greatly. We at HelloChinese wish to present to you five tasty morsels that we believe one must experience while you’re in China. Enjoy, and if you aren’t hungry now, Read more about Eating One’s Way Through China: A Favorite Five[…]

5 Heartfelt and Simple Mother’s Day Wishes

Do you want to have something surprising for the best woman in the world? How about a Mother’s Day wish in Chinese? Don’t worried. We have picked up 5 simple and warm wishes for you. Have one on your card. 1. 母亲节快乐(Mǔqīnjié kuàilè)! Happy Mother’s Day! 2. 妈妈,我爱你(māma, wǒ ài nǐ )! Mum, I love you! Read more about 5 Heartfelt and Simple Mother’s Day Wishes[…]