Spring Festival Eve dinner cuisine varies across China (I)
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Spring Festival Eve dinner of a family in Beijing. Here are the photos of Spring Festival Eve dinner taken on February 4, 2019 that we have selected from our readers across China.
A Spring Festival Eve dinner in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei Province. Spring Festival Eve Dinner, or Tuanyuanfan in Chinese, also known as the Family Reunion Dinner, is one of the most important dinners for Chinese families.
A family shows their tuanyuanfan in Jilin, Northeast China's Jilin Province. On Chinese New Year's Eve, family members will try their best to get home for the dinner and celebrations.
A Spring Festival Eve dinner of a family in Liaoyang, Northeast China's Liaoning Province. The dinner tradition has been going on for about 2,000 years, but as people’s livelihoods improve, the dishes of the feast change every year.
A Spring Festival Eve dinner of an army compound in Baoding, North China's Hebei Province.
A family enjoys their Tuanyefan at a restaurant in Beihai, South China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Some families choose to travel to spend the festival or eat at restaurants.
The Spring Festival Eve dinner is prepared by a family in Hangzhou, East China's Zhejiang Province. Fish, which is a perfect homonym for surplus Yu in Chinese, is most common in Chinese New Year dinners, since Yu or surplus implies a prosperous new year.
A Spring Festival Eve dinner of a family in Liaoyang, Northeast China's Liaoning Province.
A Spring Festival Eve dinner of a family in Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu Province.
A family in Tianjin, a port city in North China, serves hotpot for their Spring Festival Eve dinner.