Minor Snow（XiaoXue）, the 20th solar term in the Chinese lunar calendar, marks the beginning of winter.
Start of Winter (Lidong), the19th of the 24 solar terms, marks the beginning of winter. It occurs when the sun’s ecliptic longitude reaches 225 degrees, typically falling between November 7th and 8th on the Gregorian calendar.
On October 26, 2023, 30 members of the Danish-Chinese Association paid a visit to the China Cultural Center in Copenhagen to participate in Yaji Event.
“Frost’s Descent,” or Shuangjiang(霜降) , the eighteenth solar term in the solar calendar, marks the conclusion of autumn and the beginning of winter.
On October 12th, the “Hainan International Tourism Island (Denmark) Promotion Conference” was held at the Copenhagen China Cultural Center
Cold Dew （Hanlu）, the 17th solar term among the 24 in the Chinese calendar, marks the fifth term of the autumn season. It occurs when the sun reaches the celestial longitude of 195° and typically falls between October 7th and 9th on the Gregorian calendar.
“Autumn Equinox,” the 16th of the 24 solar terms, occurs around September 22-24 each year when the sun reaches 180 […]
“Bailu,” or “White Dew”, the 15th solar term out of the 24 in the Chinese lunar calendar, typically falls around […]
Limit of Heat， or “Chushu,” the 14th solar term in the twenty-four solar terms, marks the second phase of autumn […]
The start of autumn, or “Liqiu” is the thirteenth solar term in the 24 solar terms. It falls on either […]