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Chinese new year

Chinese new year



Nic Hulscher

Nic Hulscher



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    • Sunday, February 10th
    • This is the story of the Chinese New Year…Long ago, the world was not a safe place; monsters dominated the world. There was one horrifying monster that came out on the same day each year to eat people. This monster was named Nian, and the people marked the end of a year by his visits to the human civilization. That is where the Chinese word for year came from.
    •  This monster was the most feared by the people because every time it came out, whole villages would be destroyed at a time. So, every time the monster came, people would huddle together in their homes and stay up all night, wanting not to be eaten. This happened for many years until a wise man thought up a plan to scare the monster away. This man proposed that the people should light bamboo. The bamboo would crack and make a lot of noise, possibly scaring the monster away. The villagers thought this was a very good idea and started to light the bamboo. The noise was tremendous. The monster was scared by the loud noise and ran back to its cave without not eating any people.
    • The next morning, everyone was present. They were all elated. The people congratulated each other for executing the plan effectively. So, from then on, people stayed up late, lit firecrackers (to simulate the lighting of the bamboo), and congratulated each other when the new year came.
    • Plants and FlowersOranges and Tangerines
    • Candy Tray
    • Parties
    • Dancing
    • Rice
    • Peking Duck
    • Fireworks
    • Red Packets
    • In the past, there were parties, festivals, and was almost the same as todays new year. Almost the only difference was that there is a ton of transportation and migration in modern new year.
    • Transportation
    • It is celebrated by parties and food, close to China’s tradition.
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