This year the Double Ninth Day falls on Sunday 25th October. In Chinese it is called as 重阳 (Chóngyáng), also known as Seniors’ Day. What does it mean then? Why is it related to the elderly historically and contemporarily in Chinese society? What do Chinese people do on the day?
Come join in our latest session of the Chinese Culture Forum 2020 series, delivered by Sihua Tang, a Master in Education candidate from SSESW, Queen’s and also enthusiastic volunteer in promoting language and culture.
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Thanks for your attendance and contribution in the discussion! For follow-up resources, please access the link below https://blogs.qub.ac.uk/mandarinchinese/chinese/chinese-language-interest-group/schedules-and-activities/double-ninth-day-presentation/