Many practices surround the entire Lent season, Holy Week, and Easter Sunday, and we believe this is a very special time to spend with family and loved ones, with many observed traditions across the globe that include the Easter bunny, coloured eggs, gift baskets, flowers, family gathering and now face painting! At Wind Group we understand the value of traditions and family, and we want to join you on this special occasion with free face painting for the smallest of the house
Chopsticks are Chopsticks, right? Wrong!
Not only are Chopsticks a standard eating utensil for many cultures, but in countries like Japan and China, designing Chopsticks is an art. If you look closely you will see distinct differences in Japanese, Chinese and Korean chopsticks. Not sure what to look for? Here are some tips. Japanese chopsticks are a bit shorter than the Chinese ones and are typically rounded and taper to a point, with circumferential grooves at the eating en
Also known as Duanwu Festival, and the fifth day of the fifth moon, the Dragon Boat Festival is a holiday with 2,000 years of tradition celebrated on the 5th day of the 5th month of the Chinese calendar. Because the Chinese calendar is lunisolar, the date of this celebration varies between years, so in 2020 it happened on June 7, and this year is celebrated on June 14. There are many stories about the origin of this celebration, but the most famous are: The festival is celebr