China transport print of a day: gratifying fruits
Just similar to Yuletide, giving as well as reception gifts is all partial of a fun of Chinese New Year. Traditionally a comparison era give a younger red envelopes or “hong bao” filled with money, though in between family groups as well as friends not as big gifts have been exchanged such as fruits, sweets, biscuits or sweets.
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This print is from behind in 2006 when roving to Yangshuo in Guanxi. Only days prior to Spring Festival, a streets were lined with towers of full of color boxes filled with ripened offspring only watchful to turn someone’s most appropriate wishes for a year to come.
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