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  • 1. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF ECUADOR FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES ENGLISH Name: KATHERINE GUAYASAMIN
  • 2.  Buddha before to abandon the earth, he called at all animals, but only 12 animals go to him, for this reason and rewarding a everyone, he give a each animal one year of Lunar calendar Thats how those twelve animals ended up representing the twelve animal signs of the Chinese zodiac, each with its own specific characteristics.
  • 3. Chinese New Year Day is the Began onfirst day of the first lunar January 23thmonth of Chinesecalendar year.At Chinese New Year celebrations people wear red clothes, decorate withpoems on red paper, and give children "lucky money" in red envelopes. Redsymbolizes fire, which according to legend can drive away bad luck. Thefireworks that shower the festivities are rooted in a similar ancient custom. Longago, people in China lit bamboo stalks, believing that the crackling flameswould frighten evil spirits.
  • 4. The dragon is a magical creature, myth. It is a symbol of good fortune and possessed of great power
  • 5. THE FIRST DAY OF THE LUNAR NEW YEAR Is "the welcoming of the gods of the heavens and earth."Many people abstain from meat on the first day of the new year because it is believed that this will ensure long and happy lives for them.
  • 6. ON THE SECOND DAY The Chinese pray to their ancestors as well as to all the gods. They are extra kind to dogs and feed them well as it is believed that the second day is the birthday of all dogs.
  • 7. THE THIRD AND FOURTH DAYS Are for the sons-in-laws to pay respect to their parents-in-law.
  • 8. THE FIFTH DAY Is called Po Woo. On that day people stay home to welcome the God of Wealth. No one visits families and friends on the fifth day because it will bring both parties bad luck.
  • 9. ON THE SIXTH TO THE 10TH DAY The Chinese visit their relatives and friends freely. They also visit the temples to pray for good fortune and health.
  • 10. THE SEVENTH DAY OF THE NEW YEAR Is the day for farmers to display their produce. These farmers make a drink from seven types of vegetables to celebrate the occasion. The seventh day is also considered the birthday of human beings. Noodles are eaten to promote longevity and raw fish for success.
  • 11. ON THE EIGHTH DAY  The Fujian people have another family reunion dinner, and at midnight they pray to Tian Gong, the God of Heaven. THE NINTH DAY Is to make offerings to the Jade Emperor.
  • 12. THE 10TH THROUGH THE 12TH Are days that friends and relatives should be invited for dinner. After so much rich food, on the 13th day you should have simple rice congee and mustard greens (choi sum) to cleanse the system.
  • 13.  The 14th day should be for preparations to celebrate the Lantern Festival which is to be held on the 15th night.