In China, flower symbolism is an essential part of human life. Images of flowers accompany the Chinese throughout life – from the cradle to the deathbed. Additionally, the symbolism of flowers is included in everyday and festive rituals, folk beliefs, proverbs, sayings, metaphors that describe specific phenomena, and even names. And, of course, flowers play a significant role in the Chinese New Year celebration.
Earlier, we talked about Lunar New Year customs, traditions, and beliefs. Today, we suggest you learn more about lucky flowers and plants and their significance to the Chinese New Year.
Born in Nalchik in 1966, graduated with a major in English Lit, and working as a school teacher since 1990. My interests are diverse: music, good literature, and computer technology at the user level. I like to try new things, and I bring what I started to its logical conclusion. Oh! And I do love my pets! I’m already 54 and I still believe in miracles and hobbits with elves and Gandalf. I myself am a bit of an adventuress like a hobbit, and I love mushrooms, too, like they do.