Spring is back!

Hui chun are four-character phrases written on pieces of red paper to express traditional sentiments for a rich and bountiful spring. Its origin can be traced back to antiquity, when people believed evil could be warded off by hanging a piece of peach wood painted in red on the wall.

It's Chinese Lunar New Year again, and the Year of the OX.

 Like any occasion celebrated for nearly 5,000 years, there are a whole lot of customs, superstitions, and traditions.

if you want a chance to renew your resolutions, guard your house against evil spirits, and ensure good fortune, a Spring Couplets or "Hui Chun" you must have to prepare to get the red up.

Chinese people hang up red paper scrolls with small messages or wishes in or around their Households or office called "hui chun," This is different from Couplets, since Hui Chun has only with four-character inscriptions on red paper. 

Hui Chun typically mean things like "May your spirits be at ease and prosperous," "Peace upon entering and exiting," or "May one get one's heart's desires." Some are meant specifically for the kitchen or door. If you like the look (or are really paranoid), keep them up for year-round luck and to ward off monsters. Typical Hui Chun are:

Spring returns

May all your wishes come true

A healthy and powerful body

Make great profits

Fortune comes with blooming flowers

Wishing you every success

Wind and rain come on time

Money and treasures will be plentiful

Wishing you prosperity

Blessings fill every house

Everything goes in your favour

Energetic as a dragon and a horse

Business flourishes

Treasures fill the home

Peace all year round

The country flourishes and people live in peace

Having the spirit of a dragon and the energy of a tiger

Harmony brings wealth

Safe trip wherever you go

Everything goes well

Happy New Year

A good start in the New Year 

Promoting to a higher position

Harmony brings wealth

Safe trip wherever you go

Everything goes well

Happy New Year

A good start in the New Year 

Promoting to a higher position

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