Chinese New Year
Eat. Drink. Wish.
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GOLD, BROWN, YELLOW
5, 7, 8
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FOOD IS SERVED WITH GREATER
INTENTION DURING THE CHINESE
NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS.
Longer, uncut noodles symbolize longevity
Tradition has it that a bowl of
noodles could increase your life span.
In Chinese culture, Kung Pao means,
"hot firecrackers," which are lit during the
New Year to scare away evil spirits.
Dumplings seal in wealth and prosperity
as they are stuffed and folded.
The shape of a spring roll is similar to a gold bar,
and therefore a symbol of wealth.
Eating oranges is said to bring good
luck because the Chinese words for gold
and orange sound alike.
ACCORDING TO CHINESE ZODIAC ANALYSIS, YOUR BIRTH
SIGN YEAR IS THE UNLUCKIEST YEAR.
RED IS AN UNLUCKY COLOR FOR ROOSTERS.
THE 2ND, 5TH, AND 11TH MONTHS ARE LUCKY
MONTHS IN THE YEAR OF THE ROOSTER.