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Chinese New Year Food (I) Candy box Red melon seeds : joy and happiness Candied melon : good health and growth Sweets : joy and happiness
We can say that red melon seeds symbolize joy and happiness, and that candied melon symbolizes good health and growth. What do these other foods symbolize?
Chinese New Year Food (II) Reunion dinner Prawn (Ha): joy and happiness Chicken: abundance Fish: prosperity Noodles: long life
Chinese New Year Flowers (I) Peach blossom & Mandarin orange trees : luck and wealth
Chinese New Year Flowers (II) Daffodil: prosperity
Why do so many things symbolize prosperity? Can you think of some other Chinese New Year food or decorations and what they symbolize?
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