This book is targeted at readers interested in traditional Chinese festivals. It introduces Chinese festivals, including the Spring Festival, Lantern Festival, Qingming Festival, Chinese Mother’s Day, Festival, Qixi Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, Chinese Teacher’s Day and Double Ninth Festival, in chronological order. These festivals are organized by the season they occur in. The book provides information on the origins and evolution of traditional Chinese festivals, how they are celebrated across the country these days, as well as related proverbs and folk songs. It pays special attention to Chinese people’s special affinity to traditional festivals in modern times, digs deep into the cultural significance of every festival, and engages readers with its profound analysis of the meaning of life itself.