chinese new year

Third day

Chinese New Year

the meaning of Chinese New Year, how it's celebrated, and what it means to be born in the year .
Third day
The third day is known as red mouth. Chikou is also called Chigous Day Rural villagers continue the tradition of burning paper offerings over trash fires. It is considered an unlucky day to have guests or go visiting.Hakka villagers in rural Hong Kong in the 1960s called it the Day of the Poor Devil and believed everyone should stay at home.This is also considered a propitious day to visit the temple of the God of Wealth and have ones future told.

Dumplings
Traditional food
Second day
Plants and Flowers
Gift exchange
Markets
New Year Cake
Clothing
New Years Paintings
Spring travel
Fireworks
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