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The China Collection
From exquisite bouquets to gift baskets to flowering planters, you are sure to find the perfect expression of your feelings in our floral boutique. Simply choose breathtaking ensembles from our lavish collection and get flowers delivered to China today. You can also send flowers across China, from Beijing to Kashgar and express your heartfelt gratitude and love for those closest to you.
How do i send International Flower Delivery to China?
Flora2000 has transformed International flower delivery to China into a fine and effortless art. With our efficient flowers & gifs delivery services worldwide; you are sure to find the perfect expression of your message to your loved ones. Be it Roses, Lilies, Carnations or Cakes, our gifts are sure to make both the sender and the receiver happy. We make sure the gifts you give reflects what you feel about the receiver.
- Do not give shoes to your lover - It means you want the person in your relationship to walk away or the relationship is going to ends soon.
- Do not give a wind chime – ‘Wind Chimes’ represents ‘separation’.
- Chinese culture believes in introducing different bamboo types in their boardrooms and meeting rooms for good luck and prosperity.
Chinese New Year 2019
About 20% of countries of the world celebrate Chinese New Year. It is the most important holiday in Chinese tradition. Commonly called as Chunjie or Spring season. This year it will be celebrated on 5th February. Chinese New Year marks the beginning from January 21 to February 20. People pray for good harvest and planting. They also have a tradition to burn crackers, fake paper money and printed gold bars to pay a tribute to their deceased loved ones. Its an auspicious day to arrange a family reunion. Majority of stores are closed during this festival so people prefer to buy uy nian huo (年货), or New Year’s products way in advance. A quick trivia about it is that Sweeping and throwing out garbage isn’t allowed before the 5th. The purpose is to make sure you don’t wash away the good luck.
A harvest festival celebrated by Chinese & Vietnamese people in East Asian communities including China, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia, Vietnam and The Philippines. Traditionally it falls on 15th day of the eight month – a full moon day. In (1045-221 BC), some of the Chinese emperors worshiped moon to bring a vast harvest for the following year and since then it’s a ritual which is carried generations to generations.
Mother's Day in China falls on the second day of the fourth month of the lunar calendar every year. After the Chinese economic reform in 1979, the Chinese mainland began to embrace this holiday.
Mother's Day Celebration in China
Distinguished from other countries, the Chinese people regard Mencius's mother as the paradigm. Mothers would traditionally receive hemerocallis flowers from their sons and daughters on this holiday. But nowadays carnations or forget-me-nots have become alternatives.
The Meng Mu Culture Festival in Taigu, Shangxi Province, was held on May 12, 2013 to celebrate and promote Mother's Day in China. Many a times stamps are launched to begin the ceremony of "感恩母亲"(Thanksgiving Mother)then reading salon of Di Zi Gui (弟子规), a large group dance and a tree planting activity. All the activities would provide you with a delicate feast of a Chinese style Mother's Day.
Father's Day, 2019
The one who gives children life lessons, survival skills and the quiet, unconditional support which they require to reach their goal/calling in life is Father. This thought of celebrating fatherhood was first introduced in the United States and since June 1910 it has been celebrated joyously. Flowers, obviously play a vital part in this celebration. Flowers that we’d suggest you go with? Quite simply, say it with Roses. In white, pink, yellow or red, these will bring a smile on grizzly dad’s face. Want a break with tradition, look for an arrangement with Alstroemeria, White Lilies, Orchids, Blue Irises or Tulips.