For Chinese, the color red is considered as a symbol of integrity. Ancient Chinese believe red color can exorcize ghosts and drive away misfortune. So red lanterns, red candles and other red decorations are common on formal occasions. People also write on red paper and then paste it on their doors to express their best wishes on every New Year's Eve. Until the early days of the last century, red is still widely used in Chinese wedding ceremonies. Above all, the color red is part of the Chinese traditional culture.
How did red became lucky in china
i belive that instead of dressing in white they dress in red because that is the lucky colour for china
the luckey coulor is red
red and yellow
red and white checked.
The color redDragonsRats (for prosperity)
The lucky colour of the year 2012 is red because it's the year of the dragon.
. The red color of the packet symbolizes good luck
Red is considered very luck in Chinese culture.
Red with Strap and Blue Shorts
His suit colour in China is a solid red. It is also a classic to wear a red suit.
Red represents Mao's communist revolution
Because red is the Chinese lucky colour and they believe red scares away evil spirits.
because red is the lucky number in CHINA also gold wing WA
Colours - orange, dark gold. Red is everybody's lucky colour when it comes to money.
people were killed there in battles and because their blood is red and red is china's lucky colour they thought, how about here.
because that is the communsits colour, and china is communist
Red is a lucky colour for the chinese, so it would probably indicate good health as well.
Lucky colour - Crimson, blood red, deep red, maroon Lucky number- 9 and other numbers that add to nine- eg 18. 1+8 Lucky day- Tuesdays and thursday Lucky month- Jan, march, nov
A brownish red hair fellow. (A lucky fellow because that's a rare hair colour)
Traditional wedding dresses in China are red but white is becoming more popular.