“China’s Traditional New Year Celebration”
In China, There is a Traditional way to celebrate “New Year Event”, mostly celebrate it for sixteen days. The likely to start it seven days before the New Year Eve. Some Chinese start the new year activities 8 of the lunar calendar this is called “Laba” almost will be 13 January 2019. One of the most popular activities held on 23 of the 12th lunar month January 28, 2019, is cleaning of House is called the “Sweeping The Dust” tend to sell out old things and bring a new one. It represents that farewell to the old year and welcomes “The New Year”.
Chines Celebrate “The New Year” by Shopping the new things like cloth decoration, painting the rooms before “New Year Eve”. They use to buy them to celebrate As “Special Festival” for the beginning of New Year with new hope and blessing, decorate the houses with red lanterns, red couplets, New Year Paintings images of Animals are most famous and likely to decorate their Animal shed on That Festival. Dancing of Lion And Dragon in the main Streets of China also drum beats are the Charm of Special Event.
Chines Celebrate The New Year By having Reuniting Dinner with family know as New Year Eve Feast, They try their hard to get this dinner with family even travel long distance throughout China. The dinner they enjoy have Dishes like fish, dumplings, spring rolls and many more. Most of the Chinese worship their gods before the Reunion Dinner to have will that they first give them that Celebration. Some of the families in China like to watch TV Shows “New Year Gala “before having dinner. “The Special Show Gala” start from 8 pm and
ends at Midnight, Special Show have some traditional, folk and pop performances.
After having dinner parents likely to give “Red Envelopes” to their Children with the hope for health, growth and a good study in the next year. These Red Envelopes have Some money in it which consider good luck for them in The New Year and as we know the Red is China’s lucky color so they consider it “Lucky Money” “for their children.
“At New Year Occasion Bell Ringing” is a traditional symbol of China and they believe that ringing of a huge bell will go away all bad things and bring good things in their lives. Peoples mostly go to Temples to listen “Huge Bells” rung on “New Year Eve”. The Most famous place to rung Bells is Hanshan Temple in Suzhou, in East China’s Jiangsu Province
We giving some traditional and famous Wishes And Quotes Usually chines likely to convey on “New Year Celebration” with friends family and loved one.
The spirit of the dragon and horse
Good fortune according to your wishes
Fortune will smile on you
Wishing you happiness and prosperity; give me a red envelope.
A bright and lively spirit (especially used for children under the age of 10, wishing them to be active and smart)
“Happy New Year, I wish you good health and lasting prosperity”.
“Please accept my sincere wishes for the New Year and I hope you will continue to enjoy good health”
“I give you endless brand – new good wishes. Please accept them as a new remembrance of our lasting friendship.”
我给你无尽的品牌 – 新的美好愿望。请接受它们作为对我们持久友谊的新纪念。
“May everything beautiful and best be condensed into this card. I sincerely wish you happiness, cheerfulness, and success.”
“Wishing you happiness during the holidays and throughout the New Year.”