Download
gu ni n h o n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Gu ò Ni á n H ǎ o! PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Gu ò Ni á n H ǎ o!

Gu ò Ni á n H ǎ o!

293 Views Download Presentation
Download Presentation

Gu ò Ni á n H ǎ o!

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Guò Nián Hǎo! Happy Chinese New Year!

  2. Guò Nián Hǎo! • The most important festival for Chinese people just like Christmas in the West.

  3. Guò Nián Hǎo! • Time: The 1st day of the 1st lunar month ( one month later than the Gregorian calendar)

  4. Guò Nián Hǎo! It was on 7th of February 2008.

  5. Guò Nián Hǎo! Chinese New Year 2008 is Year of Rat

  6. Guò Nián Hǎo! • Papercut-Rat

  7. Guò Nián Hǎo! Papercut-Rat

  8. Guò Nián Hǎo! • Papercut-Rat

  9. Guò Nián Hǎo! • Papercut – Rat

  10. Family Reunions! “about 2.17 billion people are expected to travel to and from home in 40 days this year” “The railways expect to carry 156 million passengers this year” ----China Economic Net

  11. Guò Nián Hǎo! • They are buying train tickets!

  12. Migrant workers return home

  13. Guò Nián Hǎo! • Bus station

  14. Guò Nián Hǎo! • Airport

  15. Spring Festival couplets

  16. Guò Nián Hǎo! • Spring Festival couplets

  17. Everything goes well East Spring South Summer West Autumn North Winter given good assistance fortune Spring Festival couplets

  18. 福Fú(happiness) is pasted on the door The character “Fú ” is a must!

  19. The character “Fú ”- happiness

  20. The character “Fú ” - happiness

  21. The character “Fú ” - happiness

  22. New Year’s Eve feast • Chinese people attach great importance to New Year’s Eve or Spring Festival Eve. • At that time, all family members eat dinner together.

  23. New Year’s Eve feast • The meal is more luxurious than usual. • Dishes such as chicken, fish cannot be excluded.

  24. New Year’s Eve feast

  25. New Year’s Eve feast

  26. Hóngbāo - Red Packet • On New Year, everyone dresses up. • First they say “Guò Nián Hǎo!” (Happy New Year!) to extend greetings to their parents. • Then each child will get “Hóngbāo” with money in it as a New Year gift!

  27. Hóngbāo - Red Packet

  28. Hóngbāo - Red Packet

  29. Hóngbāo - Red Packet

  30. Hóngbāo - Red Packet

  31. Jiǎozi - Dumplings • People in north China will eat Jiǎozi

  32. Jiǎozi - Dumplings

  33. Jiǎozi - Dumplings

  34. Jiǎozi - Dumplings

  35. Jiǎozi - Dumplings

  36. Jiǎozi - Dumplings

  37. Jiǎozi