HEADLINE Video: Chitchat of Chinese New Year ( Episode IV)


Video: Chitchat of Chinese New Year ( Episode IV)

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07:32, February 18, 2018

Traditionally the third day of the Chinese New Year is an ominous day, so people usually don't go out. There are many other things people are forbidden to do, such as cleaning the house, making a fire, and drawing water from a well.

With the progress of time, however, fewer and fewer people believe in such superstitions. Instead of observing these taboos, more and more people have started taking this day as a precious opportunity for a family reunion or meeting with friends, and have developed new celebration plans.


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