The Chinese New Year This year is the  Year of the Pig By Sally Barker Dalry PS
Day one  <ul><li>The first day of the Lunar New Year is &quot;the welcoming of the gods of the heavens and earth.&quot;  <...
Day two <ul><li>The Chinese pray to their ancestors as well as to all the gods.  </li></ul>
Days three and four <ul><li>The third and fourth days are for the sons-in-laws to pay respect to their parents-in-law. </l...
Day five  <ul><li>The fifth day is called Po Woo. On that day people stay home to welcome the God of Wealth.  </li></ul>
Days six, seven, eight, nine and ten! <ul><li>On the sixth to the 10th day, the Chinese visit their relatives and friends....
Day seven <ul><li>The seventh day of the New Year is the day for farmers to display their produce.  </li></ul>
Day eight <ul><li>On the eighth day people have another family reunion dinner, and at midnight they pray to Tian Gong, the...
Day nine <ul><li>The ninth day is to make offerings to the Jade Emperor.  </li></ul>
Days ten, eleven and twelve <ul><li>These days are the ones on which friends and relatives should be invited for dinner. <...
Day thirteen <ul><li>After so much rich food, on the 13th day you should have simple rice congee and mustard greens (choi ...
Day fourteen <ul><li>The 14th day should be for preparations to celebrate the Lantern Festival which is to be held on the ...
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  1. 1. The Chinese New Year This year is the Year of the Pig By Sally Barker Dalry PS
  2. 2. Day one <ul><li>The first day of the Lunar New Year is &quot;the welcoming of the gods of the heavens and earth.&quot; </li></ul>
  3. 3. Day two <ul><li>The Chinese pray to their ancestors as well as to all the gods. </li></ul>
  4. 4. Days three and four <ul><li>The third and fourth days are for the sons-in-laws to pay respect to their parents-in-law. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Day five <ul><li>The fifth day is called Po Woo. On that day people stay home to welcome the God of Wealth. </li></ul>
  6. 6. Days six, seven, eight, nine and ten! <ul><li>On the sixth to the 10th day, the Chinese visit their relatives and friends. </li></ul>
  7. 7. Day seven <ul><li>The seventh day of the New Year is the day for farmers to display their produce. </li></ul>
  8. 8. Day eight <ul><li>On the eighth day people have another family reunion dinner, and at midnight they pray to Tian Gong, the God of Heaven. </li></ul>
  9. 9. Day nine <ul><li>The ninth day is to make offerings to the Jade Emperor. </li></ul>
  10. 10. Days ten, eleven and twelve <ul><li>These days are the ones on which friends and relatives should be invited for dinner. </li></ul>
  11. 11. Day thirteen <ul><li>After so much rich food, on the 13th day you should have simple rice congee and mustard greens (choi sum) to cleanse the system. </li></ul>
  12. 12. Day fourteen <ul><li>The 14th day should be for preparations to celebrate the Lantern Festival which is to be held on the 15th night. </li></ul>
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