Stanford Sloan Chinese New Year Party - Part III (Story of Chinese New Year)
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  • 1. 中国红 青花蓝 长城灰 China Red Prussian Blue Great Wall Grey Which One Is Considered A “Chinese” Color? 国槐绿 琉璃黄Sophora Green Glaze Yellow
  • 2. Why Chinese Love Red?
  • 3. #1 We Worshipped the Sun
  • 4. #2 Han Dynasty & Ming Dynasty Rose From The South
  • 5. Black Tortoise White Tiger Azure Dragon Vermilion Bird#2 South in Eight Trigrams => Vermilion Bird => Fire => Red
  • 6. #3 Red => Tender Leafs => Food
  • 7. New “Year” ArrivesRule 1: You Keep EatingRule 2: You Keep EatingRule 3: You Eat WellRule 4: You Eat with Your FamilyRule 5: You Pray For Your AncestorsRule 6: You Stay Up All Night LongRule 7: You Help Each Other Stay AwakeRule 8: At Your First CNY, You Have to EatSpring Festival Tradition #1, Dinner On the Eve (“熬年守岁”)
  • 8. Spring Festival Tradition #2, Firecrackers (“爆竹”)
  • 9. Spring Festival Tradition #3, Couplets (“春联”)
  • 10. Spring Festival Tradition #4, The Door God (“门神”)
  • 11. Spring Festival Tradition #5, Fortune & Happiness (“福”)
  • 12. Spring Festival Tradition #6, Window Flower (“窗花”)
  • 13. Spring Festival Tradition #7, New Year Bonus (“压岁钱”)
  • 14. Spring Festival Tradition #8, Dumplings (“饺子”)