Showing posts with label national flower of The Republic of China. Show all posts
Showing posts with label national flower of The Republic of China. Show all posts

08 January 2018

Chinese New Year Symbols of Prosperity

Chinese New Year 2015 is February 19th.

(Post updated every year.)

  • Chinese New Year 2016 is February 8th.

  • Chinese New Year 2017 is January 28th.

  • Chinese New Year 2018 is February 16th.


Flowers are an important part of the decorations for the Chinese New Year celebration. The plum blossoms (image below) and water narcissus are two of the most popular flower symbols of prosperity. Plum blossom is the national flower of The Republic of China. 


Plum blossoms symbolize hope and courage.



Image credit: By wang leon from Nanjing, China (0603mr21) [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons


Water narcissus is used to symbolize good luck, fortune, prosperity. There are other flowers associated with the New Year: chrysanthemum, sunflower, pussy willow, and red azalea. Learn what they represent in Chinese culture and tradition. Chinese New Year Symbols


Chinese New Year Symbols of Prosperity (Add On)

Adding on additional content from my post from 2015, when the new year was celebrated on February 19th . Here is a little more info about the cultural traditions and symbols of prosperity. Last year the spotlight was on flowers as an important part of the decorations for the Chinese New Year celebration.

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