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Usually , we would hold the awakened lion activity and Send red envelopes to express wishes.

Sending “red envelopes” is a custom in the New Year. Chinese people like red because it symbolizes vitality, happiness and good luck.

To send red envelopes tthe minors is to give them good wishes and good luck. The money in the red envelope is just to make children happy. Its main meaning is in the red paper, because it symbolizes good luck. Therefore, it is impolite to open the red envelope in front of the elders who distribute the red envelope.

Send “red envelope” is also known as “pai li shi” which means send some wishes. The word “benefit market” has existed since ancient times, and has been recorded in the Book of Changes as early as possible, with the meaning of “less benefit and more benefit”.

Xingshi is a nickname for lion dancing in Guangzhou, Foshan and other Pearl River Delta regions. It belongs to the South Lion in Chinese lion dance. Historically, lion dance originated from the palace dance in the Tang Dynasty. After five dynasties and ten countries, with the migration of immigrants from the Central Plains to the south, lion dance culture was introduced into Lingnan region. In the Ming Dynasty, Xingshi appeared in Guangdong, originated in Nanhai County, and now spreads among overseas Chinese in Guangdong, Guangxi and Southeast Asian countries; It is mainly distributed in Guangzhou, Foshan, Shenzhen and other Pearl River Delta regions, as well as Suixi and other counties and cities in Guangdong. Xingshi is a folk culture of the Han nationality that integrates martial arts, dance, music, etc. Guangdong Xingshi is listed in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage. Xingshi in the Pearl River Delta is the mainstream representative of Guangdong Xingshi, belonging to Guangfu culture.

The lion’s head is the first to wake up the lion. The traditional oil paint of the lion’s head is based on the Cantonese opera masks of the heroes of the three kingdoms, Liu Bei, Guan Yu, Zhang Fei, Zhao Yun, Ma Chao and Huang Zhong. It is designed according to the characters in the Cantonese opera. The different color masks are matched with different decorations. At the same time, according to the role of Cantonese opera, there are two kinds of lion shapes: civil and martial. The literary lion is represented by Liu Beishi, and the martial lion is represented by Zhang Feishi and Guan Yushi.

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Post time: Feb-01-2023