A Spring Festival Eve dinner for a family of three 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.
Spring Festival Eve dinner of another family in Beijing. Spring Festival Eve Dinner, also known as the Family Reunion Dinner, is one of the most important dinners for Chinese families.
An extended family in Tianjin has their dinner on Spring Festival Eve. On the eve, family members will try their best to get home for dinner and celebrations.
A family has their Spring Festival Eve dinner prepared in Shijiazhuang, North China’s Hebei Province. Chinese people have preserved the tradition for almost 2,000 years but the cuisine varies in different places.
Dumplings for a family in Shijiazhuang. In northern China, it is customary to eat dumplings after dinner around midnight.
A family has their dinner around midnight on Spring Festival Eve in Shijiazhuang. Dumplings, whose shape resembles a Chinese sycee, symbolize wealth.
Appetizers for a family for the Spring Festival Eve dinner in Qishan County of Baoji, Northwest China’s Shaanxi Province. The county is famous for its Qishan noodles with minced pork.
A family's vegetarian dinner on Spring Festival Eve in Suzhou, East China’s Jiangsu Province. With the rising awareness towards health, many people in China have become vegetarians.
A Spring Festival Eve dinner in Zhangjiagang, a port city along the Yangtze River, in Jiangsu Province.
A family in Jinhua, East China’s Zhejiang Province, get ready to have their Spring Festival Eve dinner.
A mother and son have their Spring Festival Eve dinner in Chengdu, Southwest China’s Sichuan Province.
A Spring Festival Eve dinner for a family of nine in Liuzhou, Southwest China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. (Photos: provided to People's Daily app)