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1 Welcome Happy Chinese New Year To make the word in 3D craft

2 To be able to make a Chinese traditional Word Craft in 3D shape and the meaning of right position and upside down. To know the story of Nian. To be able to recognize the purpose of the Chinese Zodiac. To be able to greet someone in Chinese for Chinese New year. To learn how to sing the Chinese New year greeting song. To know the facts of the Chinese traditional food called nian gao.

3 Upside down means spring has arrived The Chinese word (dao), meaningupside down is identical in sound to, meaning arrived. Spring What are the links between the word and the Chinese New Year customs?

4 Chinese New Year Story Nian Who is Nian? What happened when Nian went to the village? How did people fight against Nian? Nowadays, how do Chinese people follow the story of Nian?

5 Chinese Zodiac Story Whats the order of the 12 animals Zodiac in china ? What animal is it in 2012? What year were you born in the Chinese Zodiac calendar? Dragon Rat / Ox / Tiger / rabbit / Dragon / snack horse / sheep / monkey / rooster / Dog / Pig

6 Greetings for Chinese New Year Gong Xi Ni

7 congratulation LYRICS: Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Ya; Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni; Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Ya; Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Mei Tiao Da Jie Xiao Xiang; Mei Ge Ren Di Zhui Li; Jian Mian Di Yi Ju Hua; Jiu Shi Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Ya; Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Tung Thien Ie Tau Cing Thou; Cen Se Hau Te Siau She; Wen Nuan Ti Chuen Fung; Ciu Yau Chuei Sing Ta Ti Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Ya; Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Hao Hao Bing Xue Rong Jie; Yan Kan Mei Hua Tu Rui; Man Man Hua Ye Huo Luo; Ting Dao Yi Sheng Ji Ti Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Ya; Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Jin Guo Duo Shao Kun Nan; Jin Li Duo Shao Mo Lian; Duo Shao Xin Er Pan Wang; Pan Wang Chun Tian Di Xiao Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Ya; Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Hao Hao Bing Xue Rong Jie; Yan Kan Mei Hua Tu Rui; Man Man Hua Ye Huo Luo; Ting Dao Yi Sheng Ji Ti Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Ya; Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Jin Guo Duo Shao Kun Nan; Jin Li Duo Shao Mo Lian; Duo Shao Xin Er Pan Wang; Pan Wang Chun Tian Di Xiao Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Ya; Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni Ya; Gong Xi Gong Xi Gong Xi Ni

8 Happy New Year Classic Children's Song for the celebration of Chinese New Year Happy New Year Happy New Year (zhù) (hè) I wish everyone a happy new year We sing And we dance (zhù) (hè) I wish everyone a happy new year

9 Story behind Niángāo Why do Chinese people eat niangao during Chinese New Year? It is considered good luck to eat nian gao during this time, because "nian gao" is a homonym for "higher year." The Chinese word (nián), meaning "sticky", is identical in sound to, meaning "year", and the word (gāo), meaning "cake" is identical in sound to, meaning "high". What ingredients are contained in niangao? Niángāo, Year cake or Chinese New Year's cake is a food prepared from glutinous rice and consumed in Chinese cuisine. What does niangao symbolize in Chinese culture? As such, eating nian gao has the symbolism of raising oneself higher in each coming year ( niánnián gāoshēng). Also known as rice cake. What myths did niangao come from? This sticky sweet snack was believed to be an offering to the Kitchen God, with the aim that his mouth will be stuck with the sticky cake, so that he can't badmouth the human's family to the God of all Gods (Yu Huang Da Di)


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