Chinese Auspicious Culture
Asiapac Books Pte Ltd, 1 set 2012 - 256 pagine
In this volume, Chinese Auspicious Culture, we examine how Chinese folk customs have evolved over the centuries to become a natural science that includes a combination of multidisciplinary thoughts such as philosophy, geography, zoology, architecture and psychology. All these are elements of Chinese auspicious culture, which has been practised by the Chinese for fortune, prosperity and longevity. In order to survive in a world beset with calamities, the ancient Chinese had developed a variety of taboos and customs that must be observed, and they remain the guidelines for the people today.
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Pasting Door Gods for Peace 张贴门神保安宁
Eating Dumplings for Happiness 更岁吃饺子纳福
Qingming Festival Customs 清明节习俗
Dragon Boat Festival Auspicious Items 端午节吉祥物
Auspicious Customs Observed during the Double Ninth Festival
Offering Sacrifices and Seeking Blessings on 小年祭灶祈福
Chopsticks and Their Auspicious Culture 筷子中的择吉文化
Auspicious Selection for Building and Construction
Auspicious Significance of Plants 庭院植物的吉祥意义
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