Zhuazhou
Hang Door Gods pictures
Giving of Gifts
5 ways to celebrate a Chinese Thanksgiving
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What is Zhuazhou? 

Zhuazhou is a Chinese ritual held at a child's first birthday party, when the child is 1 year, i.e. typically twelve months since birth, old. The parents put various objects before the child. Parents will often put objects that symbolize career choices or personality traits.

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What is Hang Door Gods pictures? 

Worshipping Door Gods is an important custom among the Chinese during Spring Festival, the Lunar New Year. Door gods are pictures of deities posted on the door outside and inside the house. They are expected to keep ghosts away, to protect the family and to bring peace and good fortune.



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What is Giving of Gifts? 

We give people gifts to show them that we are grateful for them and value the role they play in our lives. But here's a common misconception: the bigger, more valuable the gift, the more it expresses our appreciation.

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What is Hot pot will spread the warmth? 

Hot pot is less of a dish than it is an experience, encapsulating the communal dining ethos that so many Western restaurants have only recently taken on. Think of it as an adaptation of the stone soup fairy tale: you team up with a group of friends to cook an array of ingredients—thinly sliced meats, mushrooms, head-on shrimp, Chinese lettuces, fresh noodles, and more—in a single pot of simmering, seasoned broth heated on an induction burner or electric range. Once cooked to your liking, you dip it in the sauce of choice and eat it. Rinse and repeat until extremely full.

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