Gallery

The categories and number of ecards are listed in this gallery

Birthday of the Queen of Heaven and the Goddess of the Sea

The Queen of Heaven is connected with a number of different traditions including Buddhism and Taoism...

Bodhi Day

Bodhi Day is observed by Mahayana Buddhists. It commemorates the day when Gautama Buddha attained en...

Bon Voyage

Bon voyage is an expression to wish someone well as he / she sets off for a trip. Send Bon Voyage Fa...

Boss’ Day

Boss’ Day is observed on October 16 in the United States. Traditionally, it is a day when the empl...

Brother's Day

Brother's Day is celebrated annually on May 24. This day celebrates the family, specifically brother...

Buddhist

Buddhists believe that nothing is permanent. They seek to attain the state of nirvana by following t...

Buddhist New Year

The Buddhist New Year or Mahayana Buddhism New Year is celebrated around the full moon of January. P...

Cambodia

Chap Goh Meh

The Fifteenth Day after the Chinese New Year is known as Chap Goh Meh. It is the day marking the end...

Cheng Beng

Cheng Beng, also known as Qingming Festival or Tomb-Sweeping Day falls on April 5 of the Gregorian c...

China

Chinese New Year

To the Chinese community, the most important festival celebrated is the Spring Festival, more common...

Chinese New Year's Eve

Chinese New Year celebrations originated from China. According to legend, the villagers were attacke...

Chingay Parade

Chingay is normally referred to as a big Chinese celebration with colourful processions and astoundi...

Chnea Hoay / Flame Watching Ceremony

‘Chnea Hoay’ is a Hokkien term for flame watching. It is held annually at certain temples in Pen...