Thailand Lantern Festival

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Lantern Festival – Mandarin Words And Phrases For Lantern
Lantern Festival falls on the first full moon of the lunar new year. It marks the end of the New Year festivities and celebrates the return of the sun after the long winter. These Mandarin words and phrases will help you understand more about this important Chinese festival.

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A062 Sample Eng Avant
Thailand’s Floating Lantern Festival Happy “Wet” New Year The Lost City of Atlantis The Snake Dens of Narcisse Ogopogo Cheese Rolling Meteorites and Craters The Highest Tides on Earth The Longest Train Ride The Great Wall of China Tulipomania

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Pampanga’s ‘parol’ Goes Global
In December, Filipinos in Honolulu, Hawaii, are holding their first lantern festival. According to San Fernando tourism officer Ching Pangilinan-Gonzales, the city government is Thailand, in 2011 just as they did the new Philippine Embassy in Dublin, Ireland; the consulate in Beijing,

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Bangkok Events Calendar 2013 – Allaroundtrading.com
Bangkok Events Calendar 2013 January New Year Festival – early January, celebrations around the city, with a strong western influence, including

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Chinese New Year – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Chinese New Year is an important traditional Chinese holiday. In China, it is also known as the Spring Festival, the literal translation of the modern Chinese name.

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Lantern Troupe (Yunnan) Sounds of Thailand Sounds of Laos Tastes of Bahnar Gong and Drum Ensemble Sounds of Vietnam Sounds of Yunnan Tastes of Throughout the Festival, the Lough Erne Inn stage will host a traditional Irish music

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Chiang Mai – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Chiang Mai sometimes written as "Chiengmai" or "Chiangmai", is the largest and most culturally significant city in northern Thailand. It is the capital of Chiang Mai Province, a former capital of the Kingdom of Lanna (1296–1768) and was the tributary Kingdom of Chiang Mai from 1774 until 1939

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Loi Krathong In Chiang Mai – About.com Asia Travel
The Loi Krathong and Yi Peng festival in Chiang Mai, Thailand, is like no other! Learn the dates for 2011, what to expect, and where to see Loi Krathong.

Lantern Festival – YouTube
0:47 GoPro Hero 2 – Lantern Festival Thailand Matthew Derrico Featured 316; 5:03 Wish Lantern Gone Wrong at Wedding bbkeyman 43,628 views; 13:17 How to Make a Tangled Lantern Robert Bodily 21,659 views