Asian red envelope history
An old Chinese Tradition.
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In Chinese and other East Asian and Southeast Asian societies, a red envelope, red packet, lai . One story depicts a village where a demon was terrorizing the people at night, in most cases children were the victims. The belief was that the.
Description:Depending on how you look at things, it may be true. The red color symbolizes good luck and prosperity in Chinese and other East Asian cultures. Other customs[ edit ] Other similar traditions also exist in other countries in Asia. The envelopes are also presented when people visit a newborn baby. Hope you have a great year!