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Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year is the most important traditional festival in China. This year the new year officially starts on February 12th.
On the first day of the new year according to the Chinese calendar, the celebrations begin. Chinese New Year is also known in China as the “Spring Festival”, which is what the modern Chinese name 春节 （chun jie) actually means in translation.
Happy New Year
An extraordinary year is coming to an end. A year full of innovations and tensions. A year of change and renunciation. A year that none of us would have wanted. And yet it has forced us to adapt and despite everything, we remain true to our traditions.
The entire MandaLingua team wishes everyone a Merry Christmas, calmly and in peace. We hope that many students can travel to China next year for either an internship or a language course. We are there for you. Have a good time and see you soon.
Explore China & Taiwan
Congratulation! You have made it to China. The adventure is far from over. Here are some tips to help you with your everyday life in China – some not completely serious do’s and don’ts for your stay!
The Dragon Boat Festival, or Duanwu Festival, (端午节) is one of the most significant festivals celebrated in China. As it is with most of these festivals, many legends, customs and practices are tied to the Dragon Boat Festival. Being celebrated for more than 2.000 years, the festival is most noted and recognized for its educational […]