lunisolar calendar


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a calendar based on both lunar and solar cycles

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Today is Xiazhi, the summer solstice of the 24 solar terms of the lunisolar calendar, when the sun shines directly overhead along the Tropic of Cancer.
Today on the lunisolar calendar is Chunfen, the spring equinox, when adherents to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) believe the body needs special nourishment to adjust to this transition, and red dates and shellfish are considered good supplements to balance the liver on this day.
Tonight's opening ceremony is timed to coincide with the traditional date of the Lantern Festival, which is the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunisolar calendar.
22) is the Dongzhi (extreme of winter) Festival or winter solstice, the peak of winter based on the lunisolar calendar, and though many consider it a festive time for family gatherings, it is also the longest night of the year when ghosts are also believed to be on the prowl, thus there are five major taboos that are to be avoided.
-Ugadi, also known as Kannada and Telugu New Year, is celebrated primarily by the Hindus of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and parts of Maharashtra on the first day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar month of Chaitra.
22) is the Dongzhi (extreme of winter) Festival or winter solstice, the peak of winter based on the lunisolar calendar, and a Taiwanese feng shui expert and a Taiwanese tarot card master have given some tips on the best ways to ensure good fortune for the coming year.
Next TV weatherman Lee Fu-cheng said that although tomorrow is Liqiu, or the official day of autumn on the lunisolar calendar, when the heat of summer starts to subside, Taiwan will continue to see hot temperatures until the end of August.
Today is the Dragon Boat Festival on the lunisolar calendar, which is a good time to make an effort at bringing good luck and changing misfortune into fortune for the rest of the year, according to numerology expert Tang Chen-wei in an interview with Apple Daily.
Today (June 18) is the official day of the Dragon Boat Festival on the lunisolar calendar and in addition to the dragon boat races and the eating of zongzi, there are five taboos traditionally observed on this day, according to two experts who spoke to Apple Daily Hong Kong.
Today on the lunisolar calendar is Chunfen, the spring equinox, and during this time traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) dictates that to balance yin and yang energy, one should foster the development of yang chi (yang energy) by getting plenty of rest, controlling one's temper, eating more green vegetables and avoiding spicy foods.
If the daughter misses out on the chance to visit her parents on the second day of the new year, then she can visit them again on the second day of the second month on the lunisolar calendar.
In an interview with Apple Daily, Taiwanese astrologer Chan Wei-chung predicts that the coming Year of the Dog in the lunisolar calendar will see more shotgun weddings, real estate will fall flat, a treacherous stock market and religious dissension or scandals, especially in the eastward direction.