Aug 072016
 

The QiXi Festival (Chinese: 七夕节), a traditional festival of the Han People in China, falls on the seventh day of the 7th month on the Chinese lunar calendar. QiXi Festival has become Chinese Valentine’s Day since the late 1990s. The QiXi Festival in 2016 falls on August 9, 2016. Happy Chinese Valentine’s Day 2016 – All Shall be well, Jack Shall have Jill.

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Aug 132013
 

Happy Chinese Valentine’s Day 2013 – All Shall be well,Jack Shall have Jill

Chinese Valentine’s Day is on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month in the Chinese calendar. And it falls on August 13 in Chinese solar calendar in the year of 2013. Valentine’s Day is known as Qixi Festival (Chinese: 七夕节; literally “The Night of Sevens”), also known as Magpie Festival, falls on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month on the Chinese calendar; thus its name. It inspired Tanabata (七夕) in Japan, Chilseok (칠석) in Korea, and Thất Tịch in Vietnam. It has sometimes been called Chinese Valentine’s Day (Chinese: 情人節; pinyin: Qíng rén jié) since the late 1990s, which is, strictly speaking, an inaccurate portrait of the festival.

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Sep 192012
 

Beijing (Techisky News) September 19, 2012 – iMacsoft, a dedicated computer multimedia software developer for Mac OS X, Windows PC, today announced iMacsoft iPhone Transfer to fully support iPhone 5.

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Aug 242012
 

Batch Download Convert YouTube Video and Music on Mountain Lion

Beijing (Techisky News) August 24, 2012 – Bigasoft, the world’s leading multimedia software provider for Mac OS X, today released update version for its YouTube Downloader Pro for Mac to fully support OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.

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Aug 222012
 

Happy 2012 Chinese Valentine’s Day

Introduction

Chinese Valentine’s Day Originated from a very very old Chinese Love Story, a romantic and beautiful love story that every girl was told even they were very yong.

Chinese Valentine’s Day is known as Qixi Festival (Chinese: 七夕节; literally “The Night of Sevens”), also known as Magpie Festival, falls on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month on the Chinese calendar; thus its name. It inspired Tanabata (七夕) in Japan, Chilseok (칠석) in Korea, and Thất Tịch in Vietnam. It has sometimes been called Chinese Valentine’s Day (Chinese: 情人節; pinyin: Qíng rén jié) since the late 1990s, which is, strictly speaking, an inaccurate portrait of the festival.

What to know about Chinese Valentine’s Day

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