The 100 Days Of Chinese Baby-Naming - ET Speaks From Home
Every culture does little things differently. From the way we eat, to the way we greet each other, our traditions largely dictate our actions. From the moment we’re born, we‘re taught how things are. Babies from different cultures, for instance, are named in a whole host of ways. Here in the UK, most people choose names before babies are born. A naming ceremony will then traditionally consist of a church christening. Yet, as can be seen from sites like, few other countries follow that lead. Given that we’re living in a world which embraces tradition on all sides, it may pay to take note of how other countries approach the. How better to create a naming ceremony which perfectly suits your tastes? And, as Chinese traditions always gets a look in here, we thought it would be worth looking at the 100-day cycle of Chinese baby naming.