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Rockets and Wizards are set to debut Chinese New Year alt uniforms

Warriors Chinese New Year 2

Last year, the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets reached out to their fanbase in China by paying tribute to the dawning of a new Chinese Lunar New Year by wearing jerseys with the wordmark in Chinese.

NBA Chinese New Year 2016

Rockets and Wizards are set to debut Chinese New Year alt uniforms

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The NBA will start celebrating the holiday on February with new alternate uniforms for a few select teams.

A good app for summer excursion! Keep your kids busy during the road trip while learning Chinese!

A good app for summer excursion! Keep your kids busy during the road trip while learning Chinese!

Qingming Jie, or Tomb Sweeping Day, is now a national holiday in China. Learn the history behind this festival day as well as quirky customs to honor the dead!

Ching Ming Festival/ Tomb-sweeping day - Chinese people visit their ancestors graves to pray and clean the tombs.

Tomb-sweeping day in China.  Photo from msnbc.com

Qingming is for Chinese people something like All Souls Day in Europe, the day when people visit the graves of their ancestors and leave o.

Tomb-Sweeping festival @angeline_chen- #webstagram

Tomb-Sweeping festival @angeline_chen- #webstagram

April 4th was tomb sweeping day in China. It is a day when people pay tribute to their ancestors by visiting their graves, and the ritual always begins with some proper cleaning.

Chinese communities around Asia are marking the annual Qingming Festival on 4 April - also known as Tomb-sweeping Day.

Qingming in Colma, outside San Francisco

The Daily Undertaker, The Variety and Importance of Ritual

Honoring the ancestors with gifts of food and flowers.

An Examination of the Relationship Between Food and Death in Rituals, Culture, Religion and Society.

Qingming Festival - 清明节 (Qīngmíng Jié) -  is the Tomb-sweeping festival in China. In 2012, the festival is celebrated on April 4.

Qingming Festival - 清明节 (Qīngmíng Jié) - is the Tomb-sweeping festival in China. In the festival is celebrated on April

A woman visits the grave of her relative at Babaoshan Cemetery in Beijing, March 29, 2012. About 400,000 people will come to the cemetery to tend to the graves of their loved ones around the Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Day, which falls on April 4 this year. [Photo/Asianewsphoto]

About people will visit Babaoshan cemetery to tend to the graves of their loved ones around the Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Day, which falls on April 4 this year.

清明上河圖-Along the River During the Qingming Festival.  this is Chinese landscape painting, and a media group altered it to 3D animation. To show people how Chinese ancients' life.  First displayed was at China pavilion at Expo 2010

清明上河圖-Along the River During the Qingming Festival. this is Chinese landscape painting, and a media group altered it to animation. To show people how Chinese ancients' life. First displayed was at China pavilion at Expo 2010

Qingming Festival (Qīngmíng Jié, 清明节), an official holiday in China, as well as in Taiwan and Hong Kong. The holiday is also known to some as Tomb Sweeping Day, Grave Sweeping Day and All Souls Day.

Qingming Festival (Qīngmíng Jié, 清明节), an official holiday in China, as well as in Taiwan and Hong Kong. The holiday is also known to some as Tomb Sweeping Day, Grave Sweeping Day and All Souls Day.