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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Japan China NEW YEAR!!!! ACTIVITY Activity Boiled sticky ricein a bucket and add water and flip it or patt and other person would use a big mallet and hit the sticky rice before new year start FOOD dishes of meat pork and chicken and fishseafoodHot pot - where put all food in boiling water and eatChinese susageChinese candydumpling open-air markets feature new year related products such as flowers, toys, clothing, and even fireworksClothing mainly featuring the color red or bright colors is commonly worn throughout the Chinese New Year because it was once believed that red could scare away evil spirits and bad fortunePreparation for new year day for straight 8 days PC | Introverted | Gaming China and Japan have same day of new year using the lunar eclipse and celebrate together with family and friends on Lunar calender but diiferent way clebrating FOOD Mochi osechi-ryōri- bentoFishcakesboil seaweedMochi rice cakeSushisimmer burdon root The Japanese have a custom of sending New Year's Day card to their friendsand relatives the purpose was existed for people to tell whom they did not meet often tell them they are wellI is customary not to send these postcards when one has had a death in the family during the year. In this case, a family member sends a simple postcard called mochū hagaki to inform friends and relatives they should not send New Year's cards, out of respect for the deceased. China Red envelopesfrom married couples or the elderly to unmarried juniors. It is also common for adults or young couples to give red packets to children.Japan otoshidmaJapanese believe that the ringing of bells can rid their sins during the previous year ring 108 timeAdult also five money to children known as otoshidama. It is handed out in small decorated envelopes called pochibukuro
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