Answer: The "Dragon Dance" ceremony at many Chinese religious celebrations, symbolizes a spiritual process of mental refreshment, a similar event to the Christian Baptism. It cures one of unwanted thoughts, and bestows wisdom. This is why many children are encouraged to attend the celebrations, and are supposedly lured in by the unnecessarily bright colors of the costume, and the fireworks. In a way, they are tricking kids into being "Refreshed" with the excitement of explosions, and bright colors.
Answer: It is the first day of a new year, a new start, and everybody is hoping that good fortune would come and stay with them and their families. In present day, we celebrate it as it marks a new year on the lunar calendar. Just like why everybody celebrates New Year on January 1.
Answer: Chinese people have Chinese New Year because of the story of the Nian monster. The monster Nian would come in and eat every person in the village. One day, a wise old man came to the village. He told everyone to set off firecrackers, wear red, bang drums, and clean house. The loud noises and everyone being awake should scare away the Nian monster. It did, and so everyone celebrated it since. Chinese New Year is sort of like a Christmas for us, or Hanukkah. It is their big holiday. Feedback please!
Answer: The way that western names are put into Chinese characters is by finding characters that sound like the component syllables (transliteration) . You have to be careful though , as there could be several ways of writing your name sounds in Chinese and many of them could be less than flattering. For example Your name could be written as
老 乳 which is Chinese is pronounced Lao Ru , and is a close proximation to your name. However before you rush off to get it tattooed on your skin you may like to know that it means Old Milk ! Or Old Breast !
This is why it is important to find out exactly what your name means. People tend to choose sounds that are close to their name and reflect their personality.
咾乐 sounds like Lao La and means Happy Sound . That may or may not be suitable to you , or you may simply not like it , Im just giving examples but again watch out for what sounds like your name but may not be flattering
老了 Lao Le , means getting on a bit in age :)
less damaging is
老辣 , Lao La it means experienced , or determined.
So as you see there are many ways to get the sound of your name , just make sure you find out what it means before you start using it.
Do you mean "lau rah"? or "low rah"? You have to put it in Chinese (mandarin or cantonese) before it means anything in that language.
Answer: 1. Get a friend 2. buy a SMG 3. Walk into the chinese jeans manufacturers house 4. shoot something he loves 5. say that if he F*cks you you will kill everyone he knows 6. that was my tutorial on how to write a trade mark protection agreement with a chinese jeans manufacturer.