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Chinese New Year Traditions Singapore

Based on this lore, firecrackers and loud fireworks is prevalent during chinese new year as it helps evict bad spirits away, although such displays and usage is now arranged by the singapore tourism board for the chinese new year or other celebrations, since most fireworks have been banned since 1972. In 2010, this included a festive street bazaar,… Read More »

Chinese New Year Traditions In China

On chinese new year’s eve, it’s traditional to give red envelopes (紅包, or hóngbāo) to the children in the family. Chinese new year traditions the main chinese new year activities include 1) putting up decorations, 2) offering sacrifices to ancestors, 3) eating reunion dinner with family on new year's eve, 4) giving red envelopes and other gifts, 5)… Read More »

Chinese New Year Traditions Hong Kong

During chinese new year in hong kong, people enjoy special dishes believed to bring good fortune, fill their homes with fresh flowers and carry out other auspicious rituals. The chinese new year races are a special event. Chinese New Year Hong Kong TheSqua.re The first 3 days of chinese new year: Chinese new year traditions hong kong. This… Read More »

Lunar New Year Vietnamese Traditions

Millions of people will be moving throughout the country, returning to their home villages to share reunions with friends and family. Tet is the most important festival in vietnam and marks the beginning of the new year on the lunar calendar. What Is Tet an Introduction to Vietnamese New Year It is the most important and popular festival… Read More »

Lunar New Year Traditions Korea

Traditions and zodiac animals posted by linda on jan 19, 2012 in culture, grammar, korean language, vocabulary. In korea, people wear traditional garb called hanbok for formal occasions and holidays, including lunar new year. How To Celebrate Lunar New Year in Korea Date, history and everything you need to know about seollal, korean lunar new year. Lunar new… Read More »