Chinese New Year Day is here. Happy new year!
There are some taboos on the Chinese New Year Day!
Read a few examples of those taboos, which I have listed just below (ad) this fun and free astrology reading for you.
Since everybody is in a festival mood under a joyful and hilarious atmosphere, people shouldn’t argue each other. Also parents shouldn’t scold or punish the children. Otherwise, you will have more argument in the new year.
Women shouldn’t use knife or shear in the kitchen, which indicates evil, anger, danger and cutting out the luck. As a result, women don’t cook new dishes on this day, people eat meals from leftovers
Breaking a dish, plate, bowl or cup means bad money luck is coming. In case that happens, then Chinese put all broken pieces in a round container until the coming trash day
A married woman shouldn’t go back to her mother’s home, otherwise her mother’s family will get poorer
To sweep the floor or dump the trash will take away the wealth and luck from the house
Don’t have a lunch nap at noon, otherwise people will be lazy year long
To wash the hair will wash your good luck away
Don’t wear in black or white to visit friends, because black and white are funeral colors in China
People shouldn’t visit friends’ houses, if they have a family member newly passed away
Don’t eat rice porridge in the morning breakfast, otherwise you won’t get rich because only poor people ate rice porridge in the past
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Don’t wake up people by calling their names, otherwise that sleeping person needs people’s push all year long
Don’t take unnecessary medicine, otherwise you will become unhealthy this year
Don’t wash clothes, because New Year Day is the birthday of the god of water
If someone owes you money, do not ask for the money back on this day. Otherwise, you will do it often in the rest of the year
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