Lunar New Year Gifts

Who celebrates Lunar New Year? People around the world give Lunar New Gifts to friends and family. Chinese Lunar Year starts Jan. 28. 2017 and ends Feb. 15, 2018.
Lunar New Year is the first day of a secular, sacred, or other year whose months are coordinated by the cycles of the moon.

who celebrates Lunar New Year?

The international celebration will be celebrated in countries across the globe including Hong Kong, Taiwan, the Philippines,
Spain, Vietnam, Australia and London.

This year colours for celebration are gold, brown and yellow which are associated with 2017’s animal – the rooster.

In China your Chinese New Year is expected to be selected based on your income. Your gift does not have to be fancy, and food and drink is okay.
Remember to put your gifts in a box or a bag. Red and gold are considered fortunate colors and white and black are taboo colors.

Gifts for Friends

Choosing a New Year gift for your friends is based mostly on the intimacy of your friendship.

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Gifts for Kids

The key point to choosing a New Year gift for your hosts’ children is to select an item which can express your good wishes to the children,

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Gifts for Seniors

Instead of alcohol and tobacco, it is more popular to choose a New Year gift benefiting the seniors’ health.
So anything you can think of that will make the seniors feel healthier and bring pleasure to their life is okay.

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Tips on Giving a Gift

  • Do remember to remove the price tag. A gift with a price tag is a hint to the receiver that the gift is expensive, and that the sender is expecting a gift of the equal price.
  • Don’t give the gift publicly, especially if giving a gift to only one person in a group (to avoid embarrassment, an appearance of favoritism, etc.).
  • Do not visit a recently bereaved family at Spring Festival, if the Chinese family had the funeral less than a month before Chinese New Year, as this is said to be unlucky (bringing more funerals in the coming year).
  • Take a pair of gifts with you, as Chinese people believe that good things should be in pairs.

 

Source: chinahighlights

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