What year is 2014 in Chinese zodiac?
The summer solstice (夏至) is the 10th solar term of the twenty four solar terms in China. It is comes annually around June 21st or 22nd. Summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere marks the beginning of summer for the earth north of the equator. At this time, much of the Northern Hemisphere receive the longest daylight, but it does not bring the hottest temperatures which will come only twenty to thirty days later.
Lesser Fullness of Grain (小满)
The Beginning of Summer (立夏)
Pure Brightness / Tomb Sweeping Day / Qingming Festival (清明节）
Vernal Equinox (春分)
Insects awaken (惊蛰)