China post issued a Postage Stamp to mark the coming Year of the snake. The snake depicts a reptile that carries a bright pearl in its mouth in form of a gratitude for the man, who was a savior of its life. The stamp depicts a flowery and auspicious look and acts as a contrast [...]
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The China Post issued a set of four stamps of the 30th Olympic Games London 2012. The stamps features Soccer, Tenis, Equestrian and Track and Field sports. The 30th Olympic Games London 2012 will begin on 27th July 2012 with the theme slogan ‘Inspire a Generation’ and will end on 12 August 2012 in London [...]
The China Post had issued a new stamp commemorating the Year of Dragon. According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of 2012 is the Year of the Dragon, which begins on January 23, 2012 and ends on February 9, 2013. The Dragon is the fifth sign of the Chinese Zodiac, which consists of 12 Animal [...]
China post issued a postage stamp to welcome the coming Lunar year of Rabbit.
China post issued stamps to commemorate the opening of the 16th Asian Games held at Guangzhou from 12 to 27 November 2010.
China post issued a postage stamp to welcome “The Year of Tiger”, which begins from 14 February 2010.According to Chinese lunar calendar, 2010 is Geng-Yin Year, or the Year of the Tiger. The Year of the Tiger is associated with the earthly branch symbol ?. In China the tiger is crowned with the titles “King [...]
Name: Bless the Motherland Date of Issue: 1 June 2009 Country: China Denominations: 80Yaun (4-1): Love for Motherland 1.20Yaun (4-2): Happy Life 1.20Yaun (4-3): Peace Lovers 1.20Yaun (4-4): Enthusiasm for Science
Name: China & World ExpoDate of Issue: 1 May 2009Country: ChinaDenominations:1.20Yaun : China at Earlier Expos1.20Yaun : China at Recent Expos1.20Yaun : 1999 World Horticultural Expo Kunming1.20Yaun : World Expo 2010 Shanghai China’s association with World Expo can be traced back to 1851, when Chinese products were displayed and won prizes at the first World [...]
Name: The birth centenary of Comrade Bo YiboDate of Issue: 15 January, 2009Denominations:1.20 Yaun www.mycovercollection.blogspot.com
Name: Year of the OxDate of Issue: 5 January, 2009Denominations:1.20 The Ox is one of the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar. Since ancient times, the ox, always found working on farmland, has been regarded as an honest, supportive labor partner of human beings. www.mycovercollection.blogspot.com