The stamped cloth portrait depicts their surveillance in a red figure, girdled by swirling shadows and babblers
Then’s everything you need to know about the Qixi Festival and the story behind it
The Qixi Festival bears a lot of parallels with Valentine’s Day, and indeed is occasionally appertained to as Chinese Valentine’s Day
It's observed on the seventh day of the seventh month on the lunar timetable
which means it either falls in the last week of July or first three weeks of August
Due to its date, the jubilee is also known as the Double Seventh Festival, the Night of the Sevens.
The Qixi Festival centres around the tale of The Cowherd and the Weaver Girl, which is born from the ancient Chinese practice of divination
Indeed Google is getting in on the fests, with a traditional delineation for Qixi replacing its usual totem