nCoV (New Corona Virus)
Dear participants, students, and customers
We are in constant close contact with our partners in China and guarantee that our partners take good care of the well-being and health of all participants in China. As of January 29, 2020 – 11:00 a.m., around 6000 infected people were reported to us. The Chinese government is doing everything to stop the epidemic. Cities and millions of people are quarantined, companies remain closed, hospitals will be added in a few days, and the government has released more than 120 million euros in order to fight against the disease. We will keep you informed. Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time.
Your MandaLinga Team
The year of the rat
China celebrates the New Year of the Rat on January 25th. The rat is the first animal of all zodiac animals and is therefore also considered the year of the new beginning and the renewal.
The year of the rat is marked by a profitable and happy year. Everyone will show determination about their goals, aspirations and even their hobbies. The Year of the Rat is also a great year for the foundation and development of a special project. Because of their reproductive rate, married couples also pray for children.
In terms of yin and yang (阴阳 —yīn yáng), the rat is yang and represents the beginning of a new day. In Chinese culture, rats were seen as a sign of wealth and surplus.
Happy New Year China
We congratulate China on its 70th anniversary.
Happy Moon Festvial 中秋节
The Chinese celebrate the Moon Festival on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month. This year, the festival falls on the 13th of September. On this day the full moon appears as big and bright as in any other month of the year. The Moon Festival is a family celebration. For Moon Festival you eat together with family and friends the moon cake and admires the moon. This embodies family sense and a pursuit of happiness and well-being of all.
More Infos about the Mid Autumn Festival
Qing Minig Festival
The Qingming Festival – also known as the Memorial of the Dead, which also means bright light and names one of the 24 annual calendar days of the Chinese lunar calendar. This year it will take place on the 5th of April. Then the cold and withered winter is replaced by the serene and clean spring. It mourns the dead and celebrates spring.
More information about the QingMing Festival can be found here.
Let’s make it Hot.
Summer is coming soon. Book your Chinese language course today and take advantage of great free gifts and activities.
In this way, learning Chinese is fun!
We are looking forward hearing from you.