Let’s talk about ghosts!
Hosted by: That's Mandarin
The Ching Ming Festival (清明节), also called the Tomb Sweeping Festival is fairly recent in mainland China.In general, during this Festival, Chinese people are used to eat cold, and ornament their head with garlands of willow trees leaves, meaning a new beginning by warding off evil spirits. You may have the opportunity to see people playing cuju, which is an ancient Chinese football.
You may wander why are they burning paper customs for this special day?
Then, you will definitely learn more about the origins and culture of this festival!
But do not forget it's also Chinese Halloween, and which says Halloween says ghosts stories!
I am sure you have some frightening stories to share, wherever country you are from! As intermediairies and high-level students are well welcomed so that they could increase their Chinese vocabulary by speaking to the teachers!
So celebrate this festival as such, and come up disguised or makeup!
Come and join us for a scary evening on April 4th, 7-9 pm, we are waiting for you that night!
Date: Apr 4th, 2017
Price: 50 RMB
Registration deadline: Mar 31
How to register:
Or just reply via our Wechat page!
1/F Building 4, B Xinzhong Street 12, 100027 Dongcheng District, Beijing / China( Just behind the Great Leap Brewing)
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