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4D Ancient China Time Puzzle
An amazing gift for your aspiring historian that teaches lessons that aren't often included in American classrooms. This puzzle brings ancient China to life through a unique “time-lapse” approach that includes iconic locations like The Great Wall of China, Mount Tai, and Tiananmen.
4D Cityscape Hong Kong Time Puzzle
Rebuild Hong Kong’s world famous skyline in 3D using scale-model buildings, while adding a fourth dimension…time. This puzzle uses 81 scale-model buildings spanning 98 years of history from 1912 through the completion of the International Commerce Center in 2010.
Big Jimmy’s Kum Kau Chinese Take Out
This book is a surprisingly realistic depiction of life at a New York Chinese takeout restaurant, told through the eyes of little boy. Follow along as deliverymen arrive, cooks chop and slice ingredients and customers visit all day long to place their orders.
Calligraphy Writing Kit
A high quality calligraphy set that includes 4 brushes, an ink stone, a wooden stamp, an ink slab, an ink stick, a brush rest and a water well, all presented in a nice gift box. This is a perfect set for beginners just starting to learn about the Chinese art of calligraphy.
Chinese Children’s Favorite Stories
Beautifully illustrated and well-translated, these are charming traditional folk tales that have been passed down for generations in China. Positioned for an international audience, the stories aren't overly stylized or mystical. These are simply great stories told well.
Chinese Fables: The Dragon Slayer and Other Timeless Tales of Wisdom
For thousands of years, Chinese storytellers have told stories about the value of virtues like honesty, respect, courage and self-reliance. Chinese Fables collects nineteen of these wonderful tales, some of them dating back to the third century, and retells them in contemporary English for a modern audience.
Chinese Junk Model
We struggled to find quality building sets for that age when kids like to assemble models of airplanes, the Titanic and the like. This Matchitecture from Family Games fits the bill. Build a classic Chinese junk, then marvel as you pull up pictures of the same boats still sailing in Hong Kong harbor.
The 1860s construction of the Transcontinental Railroad told through the eyes of two brothers who leave their village in Canton seeking a better future in America. This story reveals the harsh truth about life for the Chinese railroad workers, while celebrating their perseverance and bravery.
Count Your Chickens
A perfect first board game for a baby born in the 2017 Year of the Rooster. Help bring the chicks back to the coop in this silly cooperative game from the award winning gamemaker Peaceable Kingdom.
Dollhouse Chinese Cuisine Set
All sorts of stories get imagined and acted out in dollhouses. Make Chinese food part of this play! This is a totally realistic miniature food set with family favorites like a roast duck, a steamed fish, fried rice, soup and more.
Dollhouse Chinese Festival Food Set
A super cool addition to any doll house. This miniature food set includes favorites for all the major Chinese festivals like mooncakes for the Mid-Autumn Festival, a Tray of Togetherness for Chinese New Year, rice dumplings for the Dragon Boat Festival and more!
Dollhouse Chinese Lanterns
With these adorable miniature Chinese lanterns, dollhouse playtime can include space for Chinese festivals and celebrations. Little imaginations can dance under the moon for the Mid-Autumn Festival, Lantern Festival and more!
Gung Ho! A Dragon Boat Story
A uniquely Chinese American take on the holiday that follows the adventures of a team competing in the Philadelphia International Dragon Boat Festival as they prepare for the race, take a fantastic flight through the city and arrive back to the finish line just in time to win.
Kai’s Journey to Gold Mountain
A young boy leaves his small fishing village in China to join his father in San Francisco in 1934, passing through Angel Island enroute. Pair this book with the many books on Ellis Island to share the immigrant struggle to find a home in America.
As they sit under the night sky, a little girl listens to her Mama and Baba tell ancient tales of a magical tree that can never be cut down, the Jade Rabbit who came to live on the moon and one brave woman’s journey to eternal life. A perfect book for slightly older children who can understand the full scope of the Mid-Autumn Festival.
My Chinatown: One Year in Poems
This book explores a boy’s first year in the United States after emigrating from China as he grows to love his new home in Chinatown through food, games and the people surrounding him. It’s a child’s sweet perspective on the daily rhythms of his community, packing more emotional depth than the common picture book.
Original Buddha Board
The perfect paint set for toddlers. Young artists use a calligraphy brush to paint on the Buddha Board with water and then the images fades as the water evaporates, setting the stage for a new creative effort.
Sam and the Lucky Money
Perfect for older toddlers, this book address a subject near and dear to any child at Chinese New Year — spending the lucky money they receive in red envelopes! Free to spend his money any way he chooses, Sam excitedly browses the bakeries and toy stores in Chinatown, only to have his outlook changed by a chance encounter with a stranger.
Teal Mandarin Doll Dress
One of our favorite examples of merging East and West in a children's toy. This is a traditional Chinese qipao sized to fit any American Girl doll, making it possible to act out Chinese New Year and holiday dreams.
The Great Wall of Lucy Wu
We love this coming of age story about Lucy Wu, a suburban sixth grader figuring out how to fit in while retaining pieces of her Chinese background.