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the Chinese Zodiac
Xu, associated with the dog, represents northwest by west, 7 PM to 9 PM, when the dog is said to watch the night, and the ninth lunar month, when grass and trees start to wither but the weather is pleasant.
Rat Ox Tiger
Rabbit Dragon Snake
Horse Sheep Monkey
Rooster Dog Pig
Chinese Festivals
Spring Festival
Lantern Festival
Qingming Festival
Dragon Boat Festival
Double Seventh Festival
Mid-Autumn Festival
Double Ninth Festival
Winter Solstice Festival
Learn to Cook Chinese Dishes
Poultry and eggs
Family banquet
Rice and flour food
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