chinese gift ideas
We offer these unique Chinese style gift suggestions. Another fun idea is presenting
a dragon themed gift for those babies born in the Year of the Dragon (2012).
Check out our selection of
asian zodiac themed gifts
Bouquets of brightly colored flowers are displayed on this beautiful Mandarin dress made out of Asian brocade. Known as a Qipao or Cheongsam, this dress has a mandarin collar and frog button closures across the neck and shoulder. Perfect for any special occasion! Available in Red.
Chinese Tiger Shoes
Back in stock! These beautiful Chinese tiger slippers carry many typical magical wishes for protection that Chinese parents traditionally bestowed on their children. The Chinese considers the tiger to be the king of all beasts. The tiger face was often used on childrens' clothing to frighten away evil, as well as to bring the strength and courage of the tiger to the wearer. For young children, eyes on shoes also gave another pair of eyes to watch out for those unsteady first steps. Size 0-3 months.
Little Buddha Baby Set
Get baby started in style! Our cute Little Buddha Baby logo is screened onto this cozy, cotton one-piece which features three snaps at the bottom for ease. Our classic style is on classic 100% white cotton. Our ringer style goes retro with red trim at the neck, arms and legs and is also on 100% white cotton. Ringer style is short sleeves only. Pair with super-comfy baby yoga pants which have wide legs. This outfit can be worn by both girls and boys alike. Machine-washable
Little Buddha Baby Tee Set
Our cute Little Buddha Baby logo is screened onto this comfy 100% cotton raglan tee. Paired with our super-comfy yoga pants which have wide legs. This outfit can be worn by both girls and boys alike. Machine-washable.
Zen Garden Hairclips
Bestow the grace and beauty of a zen garden onto a little one with this beautifully packaged set of 3 hair clips. Each hairclip (asian fan, flower, and the asian character for peace) are displayed on a red felt background shaped like an asian fan. This unique and beautiful set is sure to be a hit with all little girls!
Yum Yum Dim Sum
A fresh addition to the award-winning World Snacks menu, YUM YUM DIM SUM serves up a scrumptious parade of Chinese delights, from oolong tea and dumplings to sticky rice and pork buns. Itíll have you swooning for spring rolls and drooling over dau fu. Product Details: Board book measuring 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches Pages: 20 Illustration: Full-color illustrations ISBN-13: 9781582461083 ISBN-10: 1582461082 Reading Level: Ages 0 to 3
I Love My
This adorable design features the phrase "I Love Mommy / Daddy /
Grandparents" in Chinese and English! Made out of Hanes 100%
cotton jersey knit bodysuits, these are extra comfortable. The
three-snap bottom helps make diaper changes a breeze. Double
needle ribbed binding for a perfect fit and to prevent leaks.
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Chinese Alphabet Blocks
The first in a series of Chinese sets, this beginner set has 32 character blocks. Each block has the character alone and with its English equivalent, a stroke grid to learn how to create the character, a number and a picture with its pin yin equivalent. We have also included a puzzle side for this set... a map of China, the Chinese flag and yellow dragon (responsible for bringing the seeds of writing to the Chinese people). Our Chinese character set is hand-crafted in Grand Rapids, Michigan!
The Year of the Tiger: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac
2010 is the Year of the Tiger! Teddy is the prince of the jungle, but when the King and Queen tell him to avoid contact with humans, he finds it hard to obey. But when he meets the girl Su, will both of them land in hot water? Hardcover, 36 pages, ISBN: 978-159702-020-6
The Year of the Ox: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac
2009 is the Year of the Ox! Olivia is a young ox eager to make her mark in the world. But growing up is challenging, as Olivia learns that helping sometimes is harder than it looks. But when her friend Mei gets in trouble, can Olivia rescue her adopted sister and her reputation at the same time? Olivia's rousing quest to unearth her true nature will delight children and adults alike. Fourth in the annual series Tales from the Chinese Zodiac, The Year of the Ox features all the charismatic animals of the Chinese lunar calendar and shows how fun it is to "have a cow!"