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Jiangyan residents prepare for Spring Festival

etaizhou.gov.cn|Updated: February 6, 2024

With the onset of the Spring Festival, also known as Chinese New Year, residents of the Jiangyan district of Taizhou city – located in East China's Jiangsu province – are bustling about these days with their preparations for the most significant celebration of the year. 

They're currently actively engaged in purchasing all the traditional food and decorations.

The Spring Festival signifies the commencement of a new lunar year and the initiation of a fresh zodiac cycle. This year, the festival is set to take place on Feb 10, marking the advent of the Year of the Dragon – a symbol representing power, strength and good fortune in Chinese culture.

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In anticipation of an auspicious year, Jiangyan folks buy a raft of things to celebrate the holiday. [Photo/WeChat account: jyrmzf]

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A man holds a Chinese knot featuring auspicious patterns and the Chinese character fu, which means good luck in English. [Photo/WeChat account: jyrmzf]

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Various flowers that bloom during the Spring Festival, such as orchids, represent beauty and good fortune, as well as the arrival of spring and the renewal of life. People love to buy potted flowers or cut flowers during the Spring Festival to adorn their homes. [Photo/WeChat account: jyrmzf]

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