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Friday, 21st October 2016

Irish Born Chinese

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival

Friday, 16th September 2016, 23:18 by whykay | Comments
Happy Mid-Autumn Festival, even though I'm a day late! Hope you had some mooncake (I'm not a big fan of them as much anymore.) Here's what's happening in Hong Kong: Back in Dublin, Asia Market has been busy with their renovations (looks really good), and had a few activities to share and celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival. And there's one more event, and it's held at the Chester Beatty: I got to see the full moon last night, it was certainly bright, but was hoping to be really big. So have IBCs visitied home for a family dinner, I missed the big family dinner last night, I heard my bro's in-laws laid out a feast. How did you celebrate your Mid-Autumn Festival (or not)?
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Ching Ming Festival 2016

Sunday, 3rd April 2016, 19:59 by whykay
I'm home for Ching Ming, it's "Tomb-Sweeping Day" in English.

Happy Chinese New Year!

Sunday, 7th February 2016, 16:21 by whykay
If you haven't dropped into Dublin city this weekend, there's still a host of events held to celebrate Chinese New Year. (function(d, s, id) { ...

Winter Solstice

Monday, 21st December 2015, 23:34 by whykay
This year's Chinese winter solstice falls on Dec 22.